Can you imagine criminals being put on trial before a jury of other criminals? The concept of trial by a jury of one's peers is theoretically an excellent democratic principle. However, this principle can be abused if taken so literally as to mean that a person should be tried only by people who are guilty … Continue reading The Studio Relations Committee: A Board of Film Review or a Jury of Gangsters?
Last week and the week before I didn't publish a Saturday of the Future article since I was busy working on the plans which I will detail in this one. For the third article in this series, I am going to describe PEPS's biggest plan for promoting the cause, raising awareness, and spreading the word. … Continue reading Saturdays of the Future: 3. Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
This article is part of the Play to the Whistle Blogathon, beginning on June 3: https://filmandtv101.wordpress.com/2017/03/31/play-to-the-whistle-blogathon/comment-page-1/#comment-915 Many films are centered around sports. Others are centered around religious, supernatural elements such as angels. However, have you ever heard of a movie about sports and angels? There is such a film, and it is Angels in … Continue reading “Angels in the Outfield:” A Baseball Coach, A Newspaperwoman, and a Hopeful Orphan