Based on a true story, Megan Leavey is a story of warriors—a Marine and her dog. But it is more than a war story. It is the story of a struggle to find one’s place in the world and the way a bond with another could provide a sense of meaning and purpose.
Gerry Flahive and Face2Face host David Peck talk about secrets, story, the “D” word, why he’s a 2001 fanatic and how a “real life” can be intimidating. Biography Gerry Flahive is a Toronto-based writer, producer and creative consultant at his media arts company, Modern Story. Until May 2014, Flahive was Senior Producer at the National… [Read More]
Frank Kitchen is an assassin who has done bad things. But when he takes out the brother of Dr. Rachel Jane (Sigourney Weaver), a megalomaniac in her own right, Kitchen becomes Jane’s target. Jane has Kitchen captured by Honest John (a brief cameo by Anthony LaPaglia), so that Jane can operate on Kitchen, turning him… [Read More]
All I could remember about Bambi was that his mother died. And that Thumper came along. Beyond that, there were no childhood memories to conjure when considering the importance of the little fawn in the pantheon of Walt Disney’s creations. But on the release of the seventy-fifth anniversary of this famous deer, I revisited the story… [Read More]
A Cure for Wellness is a classic case of misdirection. Justin Haythe has the screenwriting credits on Snitch, The Lone Ranger, and Revolutionary Road, none of which would have prepared me for the strange, twisted, and critical take revealed in the darkest of parables, A Cure for Wellness. While families have come to know Gore Verbinski for his team-ups with Johnny… [Read More]