My favorite movie from John Grisham’s novels is A Time to Kill (1996). I saw it again yesterday.
“Klutziness is endearing. I like imperfection.”
-Elizabeth Banks (Film Actress)
“Good luck needs no explanation.”
-Shirley Temple (Child actress)
I have seen the movie Midnight in Paris. It is about a writer who is engaged to a woman and they both are going to Paris for a vacation. They meet his fiancée’s parents there. Once he goes out with his wife on a stroll in town he gets lost. He goes to another time era, and then meets writers that are already deceased. There he meets Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and his wife Zelda Fitzgerald. He also meets other writers, and some painters like Pablo Picasso. I will give this movie four thumbs up! It is very funny and entertaining. I recommend it for anyone who loves romantic comedies.
Michael J. Fox is a Canadian-American actor, author, and advocate. He is best known for the famous role of Marty McFly in the Back to the Future trilogy (1985-1990). He became successful for the role of Alex P. Keaton in NBC’s show Family Ties (1982-1989), which he won 3 Emmy Awards and a Golden Award. he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1991, and made it public to his fans in 1998. He created the Michael J. Fox Foundation. He published 3 books: Lucky Man: A Memoir (2002), Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist (2009), and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future: Twists and Turns, and Lessons Learned (2010).
“It’s been a struggle for me because I had a chance to be white and refused.”
–Richard Pryor (Comedian actor)
“Easy, miss. I’ve got you.”
“You – you got me? who’s got you?”
From the movie Superman (1978)
“You’ll find that life is still worthwhile, if you just smile.”
From the song “Smile”.
The documentary Remembering Robin Williams was a real touching biography of him. He passed away a few years ago. Gone too soon. I have watched the entire documentary. He was real funny and a humanitarian. It is rare to see a celebrity care about people the way he did. There is no one like him right now. He brought us joy and laughter. He especially in his drama movies gave us pure humanity that most of us much-needed. I will never forget him. We will never forget him. We will never see a special person like him, until many years later. My favorite movie of him was Hook, even if it is a children’s movie. I loved it! He was funny and a charismatic Peter Pan. A long time ago when I was a kid my parents took me to see Popeye. I loved it. But, most people didn’t like it like I did. I loved it! His brilliance as a serious and comedic actor is pure genius. He has touches our hearts and minds. He is always in our hearts. If anyone wants to be a comedian they should follow in Robin Williams footsteps. It’s like having a mentor. The only thing is that you’ll be watching his stand-up shows, and movies on TV. So, you can be the original comedian you want to be. However, this is off the subject I must tell you. Don’t forget to watch the movie Pan that is going to be out in theaters very soon worldwide. But, Robin Williams documentary was a real treat to watch. A very special show I have watched on Netflix.