Some of the stars of “The Twilight Saga: New Moon” are on Twitter, and The Examiner has published a helpful list to let you follow all their tweets.
The interview has to wait until the week the movie opens, but I have to post this right now.
Zac Efron is one of the most gracious, considerate, and all-around classy performers I have ever interviewed. Stay tuned for the details.
My friend and colleague Kevin “BDK” McCarthy is going old school, working his way through the American Film Institute’s list of the top 100 American films and blogging his reaction to each one. It is a lot of fun to see his reaction to the classics.
And thanks to Kevin for having me on his new radio show!
Please take time to gather your family to watch The Way We Get By in observance of Veteran’s Day, showing tonight on PBS. This is a documentary about the troop greeters who devote their last years to being there to give a warm hello, a smile, and a thank you to the military as they leave the US to serve abroad or return from their stations.
Beginning as a seemingly idiosyncratic story about troop greeters – a group of senior citizens who gather daily at a small airport to thank American soldiers departing and returning from Iraq, the film quickly turns into a moving, unsettling and compassionate story about aging, loneliness, war and mortality.
This is not about war. It is about honor, meaning, devotion, and thanks.