Movie Review – Old Lodge Skins Makes "Little Big Man" a Perfect Blend of Comedy and Drama

Little Big Man – 3 Stars (Good) You know that “Little Big Man” has the makings of a good film when an historian visits Jack Crabb (Dustin Hoffman), a forgotten, 100-plus-year-old centenarian in an assisted living facility, to ask about how Native Americans lived in the Old West. It is said that Crabb lived among … Continue reading “Movie Review – Old Lodge Skins Makes "Little Big Man" a Perfect Blend of Comedy and Drama”

An Introduction to Satyajit Ray, The Celebrated Movie Director With Synopses of His Masterpieces

I had already read something about movies of Satyajit Ray, doyen of Indian movies. The first film I saw was Pratitwandi (The adversary) in 1971. I was employed in an all India job and had the opportunity to work in all the metro cities of India. Wherever I went, I never missed to see Ray … Continue reading “An Introduction to Satyajit Ray, The Celebrated Movie Director With Synopses of His Masterpieces”

Script Analysis – Where the Wild Things Are – Archetypes and Emotional-Symbolic Screenplay Structure

Script Analysis: WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE SPOILER ALERT: If you haven’t yet seen “Where The Wild Things Are,” you may want to check it out before you read this article. Let’s set aside the question right now of whether or not Where The Wild Things Are is a good movie. Let’s set aside the … Continue reading “Script Analysis – Where the Wild Things Are – Archetypes and Emotional-Symbolic Screenplay Structure”