Tim Robbins

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Nov 14 2017

Marjorie Prime

The loneliness and solitude of advancing age and widowhood isn’t an easy thing to bear. As we age, we see more and more of our friends and family make their way beyond this world, leaving us behind to keep them alive in our memories. (Currently, as I write this, I am days removed from having […]
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Jan 16 2016

A Perfect Day

1995, somewhere in the Balkans. Aid Across Borders workers battle post-war UN bureaucracy when tasked with sanitizing the sole source of drinking water  for a small mountain community. The culprit: a bloated corpse floating at the bottom of their well–curiously, the only fat guy in this undernourished town.  So, yank the dead dude and throw […]
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Aug 28 2014

Life of Crime

Recalling the 1997 film “Jackie Brown” — Quentin Tarantino’s adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel “Rum Punch”, but more notably an epic tribute to ’70s black exploitation flicks — I think the best scenes were between partners in crime Ordell Robbie and Louis Gara, played by Samuel L. Jackson and Robert De Niro, respectively. A duo who […]
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