Review by Gene
A common complaint this season has been that episodes will leave out a handful of characters while focusing on just a couple. That cannot be said of the season finale, which put a nice bow-tie on nearly every bit of tension existing between characters. (spoilers ahead)
Review by Tres
What happens when Camelot mixes with Queen (not Guinevere….Mercury)?
A Knight’s Tale, that’s what.
That’s exactly what you see in the opening scene of this movie that is classified as an Action/Adventure by some, action comedy by others, and even one place I found a new grouping of “comedic-action-romance”. Let’s say it’s a hodgepodge of genres and move forward. This film stars a young Heath Ledger in 2001 in his 3rd American film as William Thatcher.
For this month’s moral dilemma dialogue we’re taking a look at what many have regarded as the best, and most accurate war movie of all time: Saving Private Ryan. Most war movies have no shortage of moral dilemmas present in them. It’s just the nature of the beast. War is an ugly thing which requires human beings to commit ugly acts of violence in hopes of accomplishing a (presumably) just and righteous end. Obviously that is not always the case, but perhaps most would agree that WWII was fought for righteous reasons, seeking out justice. Continue Reading