Tag: movies

  • Dallas Buyers Club Makes the HIV Epidemic Personal

    Dallas Buyers Club takes the painful issue of the HIV AIDS epidemic in the United States and makes it personal. This great movie tells the extraordinary true story of Texan Ron Woodroof. He’s a straight southern cowboy who knew nothing at all about the HIV virus when he was first told that he had it. He…

  • Gasland Part II Movie Premier at Tribeca Reviewed

    Gasland Part II Movie Premier at Tribeca Reviewed

    Gasland Part II Documentary Premier The audience rose for a standing ovation after the sold-out Gasland Part II documentary. It was a world premier of the new movie on fracking held at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on April 21. This movie shows film and entertainment at its best, informing and enlightening the audience on an important, global political issue…

  • Cloning Dinosaurs and Jurassic Park

    Jurassic Park 20 years after director Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park broke all kinds of records, this April the new movie version is out in 3D and doing well. Dinosaurs have qualities irresistable to the human imagination; power, speed, and dominance – all perfect for the science fiction film genre. Dinosaurs lived 230 million years ago, when all earth’s continents were still connected. The dinosaur…

  • Force of Nature: Scientist Activist David Suzuki

    Force of Nature: Scientist Activist David Suzuki

    Forces of Nature Forces of Nature – what are they? Tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and volcanoes come to mind. In the documentary film genre, the new Force of Nature, suggests that humans have become a force of nature. In this documentary, renowned Canadian geneticist David Suzuki gives an elder’s view on science, the environmental crisis, and how all…

  • Escape Fire, the Movie – A Health Care Revolution

    Escape Fire is a new documentary film that shines a strong steady light on the powerful dark matter of medicine. Personal stories of patients seeking care are interwoven with expert commentary from heads of government, insurance companies, doctors and journalists. While the call that US healthcare is broken seems old, the stories shown here are…