c.d. starts off dealing with mushy seats in his vehicle. He then switches gears to a talkathon but a rewarding trip to the movies…Before Midnight. At the other end of the seriousness scale…he was surprised at how much he enjoyed Seth Rogen’s…This Is The End.
A quandary faced c.d. this morning…dinner with The Film Babe on their anniversary or his 50th high school reunion? Then he turned to the movies…First one had cinematic integrity …it was what it was…The Fast and The Furious 6 and a film …in his words…so pretentious it was criminal…Now You See Me.
The conversation started with allergies and what we ate over the Memorial Day weekend. Then Mr. Kaplan focused on the true mob story…The Ice Man…with a haunting portrayal of hit man Richard Kuklinski by Lexington’s Michael Shannon.
c.d.’s conversation begins with The Dalai Lama in New Orleans with Allen Toussaint and Dr. John…and then he enlightens us on how he walked out of Star Trek after 90 seconds to see Iron Man 3…with toss-away banter…worth seeing. He finishes out our time together with the Scottish film…The Angel Share.
Sans any pre-review gabbing…c.d. got right into the details of an important film. The very difficult to review…The Great Gatsby. No Iron Man 3, but he also saw two worth seeing movies…Pain & Gain and Mud.
To start, c. d. articulates on The Kentucky Derby and Jazz Fest in New Orleans. Then his attention turns to…The Company You Keep…full of stunning acting and star power.
c.d. had no complaints about the film he reviewed…The Sapphires…a movie he loved and whole heartedly endorsed.
c.d. opens discussing the stunning Leonard Cohen show…then he expresses surprise that he didn’t see Jack Kerouac’s…On The Road…but he did see the high gloss, low cost…The Call with Halle Berry.