Day 8 – Nimoy This is kind of old news but I reviewed Leonard Nimoy’s photo book The Full Body Project (Warning: nudity) a few years back. If you have not seen it yet it is worth checking out. It definitely gave me a new perspective on the man as a creative artist. For many […]
Movies & TV
Day 3 – Gerard Gerard (Gerry) Butler that is. Love him to pieces. When it comes to actors I adore I seem to lean toward many from the UK. I do not know if it is the accents or what. Not only is he beautiful, he makes beautiful movies. He first came into my hottie […]
One of my favorite movies, Annie, turns 30 this year. Seems like yesterday I was singing along with Albert Finney (Daddy Warbucks), Carol Burnett (Miss Hannigan), Bernadette Peters (Lily), Tim Curry (Rooster), and the freckle faced Aileen Quinn (Annie). If that was not enough to make me feel old, I can tell you I have […]
Atticus Fitch is a widowed father of two children; Jean Louis (Mary Badham) who goes by the nickname Scout is 6 years old and her brother Jeremy Atticus (Phillip Alford) who goes by the nick name Jem is 10 years old.
“If one doesn’t have words, how does one think?” Iris Murdoch (1919 – 1999) was a prolific author and philosopher having written twenty-seven works of fiction, five philosophical books, six plays and two books of poetry. Her novel, The Sea, the Sea, won the 1978 Booker Prize. The film, Iris, is based on two of […]