Sally Field

Lincoln

April 17, 2013 // 0 Comments

Abraham Lincoln is, without a doubt, one of the best-known presidents of the United States. His likeness is recognized like that of a modern day superstar and the profound effect he has had on American history is equalled only by few. His assassination, [...]

Forrest Gump

November 9, 2009 // 0 Comments

It seems now, more than ever, the world needs simplicity. To be able to see through the clutter, the corruption, and the superfluous complexities of life – its events and their contrived meanings – would be a gift to be cherished. Forrest Gump [...]

Legally Blonde 2

October 16, 2003 // 0 Comments

Certainly, ’Legally Blonde’ wasn’t’ everyone’s bag, though I personally enjoyed the cinematic parody on blonde jokes quite a bit. With ’Legally Blonde 2’ actress Reese Witherspoon reprises her role as Elle Woods, but instead of trying to [...]

Soapdish

December 12, 2001 // 0 Comments

’Soapdish’ is a screwball comedy set in the topsy-turvy world of daytime soap operas. Sally Field stars as Celeste Talbert, the star of ’The Sun Also Sets’ and the reigning queen of daytime television. Conniving starlet Montana Moorehead (Cathy [...]

Not Without My Daughter

October 10, 2001 // 0 Comments

the light of the current events, Brian Gilbert’s drama ’Not Without My Daughter’ takes on an even darker note as we get a glimpse into the culture and values of the Middle East, namely Iran in this case. It is the real life story of Betty Mahmoody, [...]

Forrest Gump

September 24, 2001 // 0 Comments

It seems now, more than ever, the world needs simplicity. To be able to see through the clutter, the corruption, and the superfluous complexities of life – its events and their contrived meanings – would be a gift to be cherished. Forrest Gump is a [...]

Say It Isn’t So

August 24, 2001 // 0 Comments

Despite the fact that ’There’s Something About Mary’ was a huge hit, I’m sure that there are those who see it as no big deal. Considering the number of films who’ve tried to emulate its formula and failed, there must have been something special [...]

Where The Heart Is

September 26, 2000 // 0 Comments

’Where The Heart Is’ is the story of a young teenager without means who lives in a Wal-Mart shopping center where she eventually gives birth to a daughter. Immediately becoming the center of a media frenzy, this young woman tries to make the best of [...]

Steel Magnolias

August 1, 2000 // 0 Comments

’Steel Magnolias’ is the touching and funny story of a group of women in a Louisiana small town. Over a period of time we become part of their lives and share their hopes, dreams and miseries with them, as their stories unfolds in the local beauty [...]

Mrs. Doubtfire

October 19, 1999 // 0 Comments

First of all, a word about Robin Williams. Ever since Williams left "Mork & Mindy" for the big screen, I’ve had strong opinions about his performances in movies. His joke-per-second off-the-cuff schtick works for me in "Aladdin" [...]

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