Category Archive: History

Best of Enemies

Like it or not, there is nothing fair or balanced about television news today, which is but one reason why this documentary has to be seen.

Phoenix

Assume that the actions of your spouse led you to the door of a crematorium. What if you didn’t know?

Testament of Youth

Isn’t it time we remember President Eisenhower’s warning about the military industrial complex?

Lambert & Stamp

Want to discover how that “deaf, dumb and blind kid sure played a mean pinball?”

Selma

Racism was alive and well in 1964, and it is foolish to suggest that it has disappeared today.

Pride

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.

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

How unfortunate that Mr. Mandela’s long walk to freedom seemed uncomfortably long when sitting in the theater.

Saving Mr. Banks

Emma Thompson shines as brightly here as Kate Blanchett did in Blue Jasmine. The only difference was that Walt Disney found a key to her hard heart.

Dallas Buyers Club

Rating: If you privately think that Indiana needs a Constitutional ban on gay   marriage, go see Jared Leto’s performance as Rayon, a transvestite that heterosexual men will love.

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