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It other reviews the main character, Bob Maconel (played by Christian Slater) is referred to as a troubled loner. This character is more than troubled, he is psychotic. For example, he is deeply attached to one of his possessions. A … Continue reading
In Jersey City, Ghost Dog, (Forrest Whitaker) an African American hit man, follows “Hagakure: The Way of the Samurai.” He is retainer to Louie, (John Turmey) a Mafioso who follows Omertà, (the mafia code of silence) a surprisingly similar code … Continue reading
I saw It On Netflix: All My Friends Are Funeral Singers This is a bitter-sweet movie. It engaged me early and didn’t wait too long, as most films of this nature do, to let me in on its secrets, to … Continue reading
I Saw It On Netflix: Raising Flagg I don’t remember what I first saw Alan Arkin in. It might have been Catch-22 (if he was in that) or, more likely, The In-Laws. He always plays the same guy as far … Continue reading
Project video for 5×5 01.08.2012 The challenge here is to find beauty in the mundane. Your day-to-day might seem boring to you, but I can assure you there is beauty in it — in your breakfast routine, commute to work, … Continue reading
Spoken verse, Poetry. Woman’s love and her understanding of life. She is too open, too accepting, too easily hurt by careless people.