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On Michael Hastings

I came to learn about┬áMichael Hastings from Jack Gray, a writer/producer for Anderson Cooper 360, years ago. On Jack’s recommendation, I followed Michael on Twitter, especially enjoying his tweets from a writer’s workshop he attended in New England. Commenting on … Continue reading

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I owe Baz Luhrmann an apology.

I am not a film critic, nor would I ever attempt to be. Not no way, not no how. But I put myself out there when I first heard that Baz Luhrmann was directing a new version of “The Great … Continue reading

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I caved.

Yes. I┬ádid it. I caved. You may recall back on January 7, 2011 I posted an article entitled “Content is King”. If not, by all means check it out, you will need the ammunition to judge me when I confess: … Continue reading

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Midnight in Paris. Woody Allen. Need I say more?

Fair warning: I am not a film critic. Being a critic has never been my deal. Frankly I am always concerned that I will hurt someone’s feelings. No matter how much I may dislike something, I hesitate to rip it … Continue reading

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