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Two movies about interesting women

Today we have a two-fer. Two movie reviews in one posting because they have similar themes—eccentric ladies of a certain age coping with life. I just saw… 406 more words

Film Review: The Curious Case of Hello, My Name is Doris

While promoting Hello, My Name is Doris, Sally Field was repeatedly asked the obvious question, and she repeatedly refused to play ball, having comfortably entered the… 1,490 more words

Film Reviews


The harsh reality of stand-up comedy is that for every Jerry Seinfeld that makes it, there are hundreds of comedians who don’t. There are comedians who work dead end jobs during the day and spend the rest of their time working comedy clubs in the hopes of getting that “big break” on a late night talk show or a role in a film or a television sitcom. 1,510 more words

Film Review

The Meddler

In January 1992 I saw “Thelma & Louise” for the first time. Although I had seen movies with Susan Sarandon before that was the movie when I fell in love with her as an actress. 524 more words


Me And My Muse

The stage was set in its usual way this past Thursday evening. I sat in the library of my suburban Philadelphia home, clad in comfy pajama pants and a sporty smoking jacket, sipping a cup of piping hot chamomile tea laced with two shots of Kentucky bourbon. 1,019 more words


Honoring Beloved Moms in Popular Film and TV

Since Mother’s Day is just around the corner, I thought I would write about some of the best movie moms of all time.  But first, do you know the history of Mother’s Day? 538 more words


Film: Hello, My Name Is Doris

Who:Laura Terruso, co-screenwriter; Sally Field, star
What: Dramedy
Where: In theatres
When: Released March 11
Why Watch: This is screenwriter/director/producer Laura Terruso’s first full-length writing credit (shared with director Michael Showalter) and a notably interesting showcase for two-time Oscar winner Sally Field who plays an older women in love with a much younger man.  570 more words