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Robert J. Beck; scholar of international law and international relations.
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Alexa Suelzer; author, educator, and theologian known for her Old Testament criticism.
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A Groundbreaking Sitcom!
Katherine Helmond and Cathryn Damon played sisters, Jessica Tate, and Mary Campbell, who lived in suburban Connecticut with their husbands, Chester Tate, and Mr. Campbell. Their families interact with each other. The sitcom was groundbreaking for having a regular gay character, Jodie Dallas (played by Billy Crystal) but it also showed infidelity. Jessica has three children and a butler, Benson Dubois (Robert Guilliame who would have his own sitcom series). Mary has two sons including Jodie and a son, Danny, in the mob. The husbands have as many secrets too. Robert Mandan's Chester Tate is an unfaithful jerk. Richard Mulligan's Mr. Campbell is responsible for Mary's first husband's death. The cast is first rate and so is the writing for the series. Despite a large cast, the series balances the company like an ensemble piece. I can't believe that I never got into it or the series ending after only four seasons. If you haven't seen this series, you have to see it to believe it.
Rise of the Reeker Returns
I only bought this film because the actor Michael Muhney was in it. I became a fan of his when he was on Young and the Restless. He is a very talented actor. This film is an independent and low budget picture. The script could use work though. There are plenty of unanswered questions about how this Reeker works. He is supposed to have killed people for their souls or bodies or heads. I don't know. This film is more gory and violent than needed be. I was not scared at all about it. The film doesn't work on making this Reeker believable. The cast is fine and so is the production crew in meeting them in the DVD special feature. The film just has a lot more questions to be answered and explained to the audience. I try to not to think too much about what the Reeker is all about and why Death Valley. The goriness and violence is grotesque.
The Iceman (2012)
The Iceman Cometh
Oscar nominee Michael Shannon brings to life, Richard Kuklinski also known as the Iceman where he freezes his murder victims to avoid time detection of his murders. Richard Kuklinaki was a brutal merciless hit man for the mob and anybody who paid him. On other side, he was a loyal husband and devoted father to two daughters. They were obviously unaware of Richie's other life and world. Unlike other hit men, he refused to kill women and children. Michael Shannon is breathtaking in his performance. Winona Ryder was excellent as his wife, Debra. Kuklinski's criminal career is not pretty where he executed perhaps over a 100 men. We learn little about his background and childhood as a Polish American in New Jersey. The cast includes Ray Liotta (a New Jersey native and star of Goodfellas); David Schwimmer (Friends); and Robert Davi. This film does a good job in recounting his life. I just wonder about Debra and their daughters. What became of them in the end?
Goodbye Lover (1998)
Climb Every Mountain!
I caught this movie last night on television. It is quite entertaining actually. Ellen DeGeneres plays a Los Angeles homicide detective who arrive after Ben's tragic death. Don Johnson is good at playing Ben. Dermot Mulroney plays his younger brother Jake. Ben is having an affair with his sister in law, Sondra (played by new Oscar winner Patricia Arquette). The cops investigate the accident closely. There is a huge insurance payout. My only problem with the film is the ending where justice isn't done at all. There are enough twists to keep you watching, Mary Louise Parker is also good in the role as Ben's widow. The film was made in Los Angeles, California. Ellen's role of cop adds humor but with ulterior motives. I just wished the ending was better and just.
Where's Charlie after all this mess?
Chuck Lorre should be ashamed of himself for allowing his bitterness to get the best of him. The last half hour of the twelve year series run should have ended happily and for the better. Sure I wished Charlie Sheen would have appeared and I agree that his vision was better. The Charlie in the last hour was vengeful and vindictive which was totally unbelievable to the Charlie Harper that we knew and loved in the series. Charlie was never really vengeful but had a sense of humor even a dark one. The Charlie Harper here was unrecognizable even in his absence. I could have seen Charlie, Walden, and Alan sitting on the deck and smoking cigars and laughing. The show was never serious to begin with. Charlie had a heart and soul but was truly a bad boy with the ladies. He was a male version of his own mother, Evelyn. The ending was bittersweet and truly a disappointment about the series. I preferred the Charlie Years to the Walden Years and where was Louis, Walden's adopted son? The whole season was a bit disappointment anyway. Alan slowly deteriorated after Charlie's departure into an unrecognizable character. Alan was the conscious one of the Harpers, the loving son, father, and even husband. I didn't recognize Alan anymore after Walden came on the scene.
Disappointing Non Professional Ending!
The show ended with a one hour season finale but it's not what you expect. Rose has returned with surprising revelation about Charlie being alive for the last four years and living in a dungeon. First, this is unbelievable and doesn't follow the last four years where Rose has been actively stalking Walden as well. The first half hour of the last half hour has been making poor bad shots at Charlie Sheen who was fired from the show four years ago under craziness. This last hour should have been much more about tying loose ends rather than revenge. It's great to see Rose and Evelyn too. I didn't care for Charlie's daughter, Jenny, who was awful and ruined the series for me last year. Jenny was poorly developed lesbian version of Charlie who was unbelievable at all. Chuck Lorre could have done better for his fans rather than giving us this mess of a finale.
The Odd Couple (2015)
The Odd Couple for This Generation!
I have to say that I laughed watching the pilot episode. Matthew Perry is perfect as messy Oscar Madison, a New York City sportscaster. Thomas Lennon is perfect as neat Felix Unger. This Odd Couple still has the classic theme song is set in New York City. This Oscar and Felix has great chemistry together. The supporting cast includes Yvette Nicole Brown as Oscar's assistant. Dave Foley and Wendell Pierce are Oscar's friends. This sitcom has great potential and I'm sure that Jack Klugman and Tony Randall are smiling somewhere in heaven. As Felix and Oscar go to being divorced men in New York City in 2015. Perry's Oscar is perfect in the role while Lennan's Felix is also perfect without being over the top.
The Nanny (1993)
Fran Fine from Flushing, Queens, New York!
I am reliving the series on DVD where I am rediscovering the series all over again. Fran Drescher plays a wedding specialist who was hired as a nanny to a British Broadway producer Maxwell Sheffield (played by Charles Shaughnessy). Maxwell lives in a townhouse on the Upper East Side in Manhattan. Daniel Davis plays the butler Niles. Lauren Lane plays C.C. Babcock, his business partner. C.C. and Fran compete for Maxwell's affection. I enjoyed C.C. and Niles bickering best of all. They were the best part of the series. Renee Taylor was excellent as Sylvia Fine, Fran's mother. The episodes are entertaining especially the class differences between wealthy and working class. The children actors do a sufficient job in their roles.
Call the Past for the Present!
When Haley Simmons' mother dies from an apparent heart attack, she is inconsolable. Three months later, her boyfriend Dylan and best friend Cathy are there for her. She discovers an old telephone that can call into the past like w time traveling telephone invented by her grandfather. What begins as fun becomes serious, Haley investigates her mother's death and could the present be changed. Her mother's sudden death may have been preventable but how. I bought this DVD because of the actor, Michael Muhney, who plays Dylan in it. The director has written and directed a believable film. They filmed on located in Monticello and Urbana, Illinois. The film is a nice departure from Hollywood. The cast do a fine job in their roles. There are a few unanswered questions. I enjoyed Devorah Richards as Sonya Simmons, Haley's mother. There are few criticisms towards what happened that afternoon in the house.
The Portal (2010)
A Bad Mess of a Film!
With a cast like Michael Muhney, Michael Madsen, Jenna Zablocki, and Stacy Keach, I would have expected a better film. The director Serge Rodunsky was also writer and producer as well. The film tries to be scary but fails. The audience never knows what's really going on in the film. Jenna Zablocki and Michael Muhney play medical examiners in Los Angeles, California. They stumble upon a mystery including a blacked out portrait but we never know the truth or the cause. The audience has to figure the plot out. In reality, this film could be shown as what not to do in film making. The director seems more interested in making the audience be shocked by the amount of blood and gore on screen. After a couple times, the audience isn't shocked anymore. They should be laughing. We never know the truth. Maybe the director expects the audience to figure it out but I don't want too nor I should have too.