Actor John Mese has recently has begun performing a one-act, one-man play on Christian Brando called Wild Son. I thought this would make for a good opportunity to catch-up and learn more on the Hollywood career acting process.
“In a world where Star Wars epitomizes the commercialization of a film franchise, it can be fascinating to look at Lucas’s original socio-political statements.” – Josiah Berger of Shotgun Cinema I have no doubt in my mind that George Lucas was severely hindered by the popularity of Star Wars. Looking at his works before and after, it’s clear […]
Perhaps my favorite cinema in the city of New Orleans is our one-screen, neighborhood joint, The Prytania. Aside from week long runs of mainstream fare, they have special engagements for a more diverse crowd. From midnight showings of The Room (the modern day Rocky Horror Picture Show equivalent) to art-house choices beyond America, The Brunet […]
“This is no horror movie, but the facts and implications are indeed scary. Our nature didn’t look good then and doesn’t now. But, the city did recently place a memorial plaque at the location of the fire. Baby steps.” Years ago, on an old blog of mine, I reviewed the poignant and evocative documentary Upstairs […]
GOAL! It takes me somewhere between the space of six or so huffs of breath to climb (not walk) up a set of stairs. In that time, a young man named Jose would’ve made six or so deliveries across Brooklyn on his bike. This comparison alone should change the hearts and minds of the […]
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