Category Archive: Biography

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.


Every woman, particularly those fighting to find meaning in this life, should see this film. Robyn Davidson is a modern-day Amelia Earhart.

Get On Up

“Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud.” James Brown, 1968.

Life Itself

This is a documentary about a critic struggling to fight facial cancer while trying to stay meaningful in his profession.

Jersey Boys

I don’t need to do anything more than quote a line from “Sherry”. Movie fans, “Won’t you come out tonight!”

The Railway Man

Before seeing the emotionally powerful The Railway Man, hunt down William Holden and Sir Alec Guinness in the classic The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957).

Cesar Chavez

Cesar Chavez may have prevailed, but the little people of this country are still paying the price flowing from Robert Kennedy’s death in 1968. See this film and rediscover why.

The Monuments Men

It may not be a great movie, but it forces you to remember that the importance of life transcends life itself.

The Invisible Woman

What if the cost of being madly in love forced you to hide in a public closet as if you didn’t exist?

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