Pride can’t be missed. Be prepared to both laugh and wipe tears from your eyes. What a pity it isn’t required viewing for all Roman Catholic Cardinals.

Dracula Untold

If you are wondering why Dracula keeps being interpreted on the silver screen, remember that he only appears in dark movie theaters. I wonder why?

Kill the Messenger

Dark yet intriguing, this film is worth the effort for those who value history. It’s like watching a flawed mole crawl down a rat hole for honorable purposes, never to emerge.

A nagy füzet (The Notebook)

In sub-titles, this is not a film for those with a weak heart. Families collapse, children are abandoned, and only the smart kids survive.

Commentary on Leadership by Indiana Republican Governors

I remain convinced that there are things going on in our world that are flying past us to our own eventual regret.

The Judge

If you want to watch intriguing films about defense lawyers, then hunt down Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) and the TV series Rumpole of the Bailey (1978-1992).

Commentary on ISIS and Iraq

Those who are criticizing the American government for the crisis created by ISIS in the Middle East overlook the tragedy brought on that region by the Bush administration.


If you need to see a good horror film involving a doll who looks like a female Charles Manson, I strongly suggest that you watch The Conjuring (2013) and not this prequel.

Hector and the Search for Happiness

As you get older, how would you define happiness?