Archive for February, 2014

Oscar Night, Heroism and Lone Survivor

This Sunday night, the stirring Afghanistan-based war film “Lone Survivor” is up for two Oscars for Best Achievement in Sound Editing and Best Achievement in Sound Mixing.  In this filmmaker’s opinion, the golden statuettes deservedly go to this moving, honorable film.  More importantly, though, is that over the next few weeks, most of America’s movie-plexes […]

TWV Interview: Ken Coleman & the Art of One Question – Part 2

TWV Interview: Ken Coleman & the Art of One Question – Part 2

KEN COLEMAN is the Host of The Ken Coleman Show, author of the great new Simon & Schuster book, One Question: Life Changing Answers from Today’s Leading Voices and is a sought after speaker. Ken has garnered national acclaim for his interviews with many of America’s most notable voices from every channel of society. He […]

TWV Interview: Ken Coleman & the Art of One Question Part 1

TWV Interview: Ken Coleman & the Art of One Question Part 1

KEN COLEMAN is the Host of The Ken Coleman Show, author of the great new Simon & Schuster book, One Question: Life Changing Answers from Today’s Leading Voices and is a sought after speaker. Ken has garnered national acclaim for his interviews with many of America’s most notable voices from every channel of society. He has […]

“The Monuments Men” Not So Monumental (But Fun)

In the pantheon of World War II films of the non-bloodbath kind, there are some standards like “Kelly’s Heroes” (1970), “The Dirty Dozen” (1967) and “Where Eagles Dare” (1968).  Two of those flicks star the squinty, gravelly-voiced Clint Eastwood and the other one stars former Marine Drill Instructor Lee Marvin and a great cast of […]

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