Paul Hackett is having the worst night of his life. It’s three a.m. Do you know where your sanity is?
For many online writers, the end of the year is a time for top ten lists. I didn’t get around to making my own list this year, but I don’t mind borrowing from The NY Times and their 10 Best American Movies list. This list is by Stanley Fish, who I don’t know from Adam. But […]
Elaborating on my discussion of the moral center in films… “The first casualty of war is innocence.” That’s the tagline for Oliver Stone’s Platoon (1986), a film that’s different from other Viet Nam war stories because it’s not about two countries fighting each other. Rather, it’s a story about a country at war with itself. […]