Yellowstone’s Rip — be my man

Cole Hauser as Rip on the TV series, Yellowstone I’ve been binging Yellowstone S5 Pt. 1 this weekend.  It’s a new release from the library so can only borrow it for a week (close to 2 dozen people are waiting for it) which means I gotta do it.  Don’t feel sorry for me though, because…

REVIEW: “Women Talking” (2022) — Keith & the Movies

(CLICK HERE to read my full review in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette) Forming the very marrow of Sarah Polley’s quietly lacerating new drama “Women Talking” are the bold and timely themes of female survival and solidarity. That alone is enough for an engrossing story. But part of what makes Polley’s film adaptation of Miriam Toews’ 2018 […]…

Doodads Sunday 032623

This houseplant that my older son gave me years ago has managed to stay alive, but it has never bloomed before.  I put it close to the plant light that’s shining on the dawn redwood seedlings and it has been inspired to bloom.  It’s still opening, but what a beauty. This weekend has been busy…

“Your Place or Mine” (2023) (Netflix)

image link   They had a one night stand 20 years ago and became friends instead of continuing the romance.  He moves away from CA to NYC and has done very well financially as a consultant.  He’s also a commitment-phobic who has been through a string of gorgeous girlfriends who never last more than 6…

Paramount Series Review on “The Offer” (2022)

image link I just happened to come across this in my library database while searching for everything they had that was made in 2022.  Honestly, I didn’t look too closely at the cover and thought it was a documentary on the making of one of the best films ever made, based on the excellent best-selling…

The Snowman (1982) video based on Raymond Brigg’s book

I remember first seeing this on PBS way back when, even before my kids were born. It’s stuck with me, just as The Velveteen Rabbit, narrated by Meryl Streep, has. The music in this never fails to stir my heart and soul. The Snowman is an animated television film based on Raymond Briggs’ 1978 picture…