No one wants to think about death, least of all when it involves your own family. We can make attempts to acknowledge death as inevitable, but that doesn’t make it any more palatable. While I am decidedly no expert on coming to grips with the experience, the only solace I can find is in clinging even more fiercely to death’s opposite: life. And for me, that means movies.
By: Daniel Reynolds Again and again, as the summer movie season tumbles passed us, I am reminded of the old Hollywood adage: Nobody knows anything. William Goldman said this in […]
By: Daniel Reynolds It takes a special performance to carry a film so thoroughly so as to urge you from its one moment to the next. This past weekend I […]