There is a commonality for those of us who are hopelessly optimistic about our country and always in support of its elected..
It’s always a bit of risk when the filmmakers go for “sexy/creepy.” There’s a push/pull dynamic in this film that seeks to..
Dallas, Texas September 11, 2014 Dan Stevens, star of “The Guest,” and Ron Salfen, on behalf of the Presbyterian Outlook Presbyterian..
Dallas, Texas September 11, 2014 Adam Wingard, director of “The Guest,” Simon Barrett, writer of “The Guest” and Ron Salfen, on behalf..
I know a couple who, like the couple in this film, seem to have a really good relationship. They talk regularly. They..
“Boyhood” is a great, big, sprawling epic of a film, with some transitions so seamless that they startle you with their opaqueness,..
I have an old friend who is a great conversationalist. Recently he proposed that we go on a road trip together, “just..
This spy thriller is kind of in the genre of John le Carre’s literary potboilers: the viewer has to try to piece..
Even we married folks have friends of the opposite gender. And occasionally it will occur to us that we seem to have..
Those of us who have been married for a very long time (this writer has 45 years and counting) finally come to..
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