Family Law Halloween Horror Classics

Family Law Halloween Horror Classics

This is the time for Halloween Horror classics. TCM’s running about 36 straight hours of horror movies; Showtime has a Penny Dreadful marathon (Rory Kinnear and Eva Green are awesome); Frankenstein, Dracula, Friday the 13th, and, of course Halloween, I through...
Robert Forster and Second Acts

Robert Forster and Second Acts

Robert Forster died last week, the day his last credited role, El Camino, was released on Netflix. Accolades poured in. “Great actor”; “A lovely man and a consummate actor”; “kind and generous” and so much more. We’re not...
Key Largo and Is This the End of Rico?

Key Largo and Is This the End of Rico?

Last week we drove from Miami down to the Keys for a boat ride/business meeting.  We stayed at what started off as a fishing village in the 1940’s and is now a private community in 2,500 lush tropical acres are bordered on three sides by water. We didn’t...
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

I don’t normally do this but, here goes, it is indisputable that Planes, Trains, and Automobiles is the greatest movie ever made about Thanksgiving. I usually invite discussion, even dissension, but not here. It is, subject closed. Planes, Trains, and...
Arrival and the Super Bowl

Arrival and the Super Bowl

A very different kind of Sci-fi movie came out in the late Fall – Arrival. Sure, there were aliens – fairly odd ones at that – and the usual military involvement, enormous spacecraft setting up at 12 sites around the world at once, the threat of all...