The Front (1976)

Oct 21, 2008 by Mr. Nau Woody Allen stars in this comedy about blacklisted writers and an interesting way around their involuntary hiatus. Allen plays Howard Prince, a cashier, who puts his name on the scripts of blacklisted writers, so they can be filmed. This hilarious comedy features first rate performances and blacklistees in the […]

Larry Winget – It’s Called Work for a Reason (2007)

Oct 21, 2008 by Mr. Nau Larry Winget, the pit bull of personal development, opens up with both barrels in this blunt productivity book. The reason we have frustrations at work is because we don’t understand what we’re doing there and waste time on nonsense. He has no-holds-barred advice for employees and managers alike. Grade: […]

Courage Under Fire (1996)

Oct 11, 2008 by Mr. Nau Denzel Washington leads an exceptional cast in this tense drama about an investigation into events that occurred in Iraq for which a female helicopter pilot is nominated for a Medal of Honor. With believable writing and a solid cast, this piece delivers plenty of explosive action and nail-biting intrigue. […]

The Dawns Here Are Quiet (1972)

Oct 10, 2008 by Mr. Nau In this very original World War II drama, a group of female soldiers is sent to occupy an anti-aircraft gun position near in Karelia and encounter a group of German paratroopers. The DVD transfer of this compelling war picture is spotty, with inconsistent dubbing, but is well worth renting. […]

Talk to Her (2002)

Oct 04, 2008 by Mr. Nau In this Spanish film directed by Pedro Almov√≥dar, two men become friends while caring for their girlfriends, both of whom are in deep comas. Brilliant acting performances bring an incredible story to life. This poignant, sometimes funny, picture leaps off the screen and is required viewing for any cinema […]