The Western at the DAM

[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [These are permissible still photos of exhibits, taken by me for personal use.] [Click on a picture to enlarge and zoom.] At the DAM, the Denver Art Museum, an exhibition of Western movies, paintings, and sculpture.  Cowboy and indian, U.S. 19th century, wild wild west of course. I had a … Continue reading The Western at the DAM

Silver Linings Playbook. Sleeper movie of the week, month, maybe year.

M'lady and I stumbled upon this movie today and LOVED it.  We were searching our local listings last night and this one seemed like tolerable entertainment.  We wanted some light, relaxing viewing, not violent (seems like a surfeit of that lately), not tooo long (it clocked at 2 hr 2 min), not too stupid (always … Continue reading Silver Linings Playbook. Sleeper movie of the week, month, maybe year.

Atlas Shrugged: Part 1 (the movie)

This movie, based on Ayn Rand's novel, was both thought provoking and enjoyable.  When it ended I thought, darn!  I have to wait one year for Part II to be released, and two years for Part III!  (If the producers keep on schedule, and I hope they do.) I've read 'Shrugged' a couple of times … Continue reading Atlas Shrugged: Part 1 (the movie)

The movie The King’s Speech

Excellent movie. Oscar material, IMHO. REAL acting, and cursing that is NOT GRATUITOUS! (Watch for it.) I didn't think it was possible. Actors who ACT a ROLE, not carry their own persona from movie to movie. (Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter. Oscar material, I say.) It's set in 1930's England and it's about … Continue reading The movie The King’s Speech