Biopics are tricky things. Filmmakers who undertake them are required to balance narrative flow with documented real-life experiences.
You’ve got to love San Francisco. What other city in the world would take such glee in thumbing its nose at everyone else by embracing, non-judgmentally and so fully, its hero Barry Bonds, as exemplified by the 42,000 screaming fans that celebrated Bonds’ 756th home run, establishing an all-time baseball […]
There is a growing, renewed interest in the dangerous influence of religious and other cults that, over the last 35 years in the U.S., have thrived by appealing to the young.