Stage To Screen: Fences

Our first Stage To Screen of 2022! Originally I was going to write about The Sign of the Cross because it has an interesting backstory, but at the last minute I decided to switch to Fences because I bought the Blu-ray with some of my Christmas money and I found it very compelling. Fences was written by August … Continue reading Stage To Screen: Fences

Stage To Screen: A Raisin In the Sun

In "Lost Ones," Lauryn Hill wrote, "It's funny how money change a situation." The song is about a bad breakup, but money does change everything whether it's lacking or in abundance. It doesn't matter what race or ethnicity someone is, or where they live, or what time period they live in. Money does things to … Continue reading Stage To Screen: A Raisin In the Sun

Entertaining Angels

When it comes to remakes, my longtime readers know I'm pretty ambivalent with a variable degree of distaste. Every once in a while, though, a remake will nail it, or turn out even better than the original. One of the good ones is The Preacher's Wife, the 1997 remake of The Bishop's Wife. Directed by Penny Marshall, … Continue reading Entertaining Angels