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Mel Brooks' SILENT MOVIE (1976) - Not Chaplin, but funny enough

The following is my contribution to The Mel Brooks Blogathon, being hosted by The Cinematic Frontier from June 28-30, 2016. Click on the above banner, and read bloggers’ critiques of movies directed by the famous funnyman! 374 more words

The Jerk (1979)

The Jerk is the story of Navin R. Johnson. Born a poor black kid, he hears muzak for the first time and discovers his rhythm and sets out to find his “special purpose”. 185 more words


Be Original

You’ve got to be original, because if you’re like someone else, what do they need you for?

– Bernadette Peters


I Watched Mozart in the Jungle Because the Golden Globes Reminded Me I Had To Finish It Someday

I was at a Golden Globes viewing party when Mozart in the Jungle won in two major television categories–Best Television Series – Comedy and Best Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy. 1,100 more words


"All That I Need is Eighty-Eight Bucks"

Oh, my. I can’t even recall the last time I positioned myself behind my keyboard, gazing at the screen, hoping some poetic-like thoughts will grace my nearly empty document page. 1,021 more words

REVIEW: Bernadette Peters - The Playhouse, Edinburgh

Considered the finest interpreter of the works of Stephen Sondheim, Broadway superstar Bernadette Peters visited Edinburgh this week on the final night of her three date tour of the U.K. 217 more words


Drawing: Bernadette Peters

Broadway Royalty Bernadette Peters returned to the London concert stage for the first time in 18 years at the Royal Festival Hall on Friday..

Critic Mark Shenton wrote, “The New York legend lives up to her exalted status,” in his four-star review in The Stage. 142 more words