“Hillbilly Elegy”  10   In a word: Powerful The movie was based on the non-fiction book of the same title, authored by one of the main characters who actually drives the story, J.D. Vance.      To begin, we must acknowledge the awesome array of class A actors, each of whom played a critical role in the film. These could not have been easy roles to play. Any of the primary cast members could be worthy

THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT

Posted by Marshall Frank on  November 21, 2020
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Theyrrrherre…  Patrisse Cullors, mentioned in various published articles about leftist politics in America, is the Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter…well known as a devout Marxist. (easily verified).  Fellow co-founder Alicia Garza, openly admits her alliance as a devout Marxist as well. These are not secrets. They get support from the highest of levels.   The Marxist clan who lead Black Lives Matter have an extreme agenda which is pointed out in the articles linked below.  No

HONORING POLICE DIVISION CHIEF CHARLES BLACK:

Posted by Marshall Frank on  November 14, 2020
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Category: General
Twas a summer evening in Melbourne, Florida, 2015. We were at home watching TV when the phone rang.  I took the phone to another room, so as not to disturb Suzanne.  I said, curiously, “Hello?”      After a short pause, the woman said, “Marshall?” She had a soft whispery voice. I knew who it was. Actually, I recalled that voice as far back as 1961 when she worked for the Dade County Sheriff’s Department as
In the November 6th issue of Florida Today, the Associated Press issued an article about the renaming of a road in Miami to honor 17-year old Trayvon Martin, who had been shot and killed in Sanford, Florida in 2012. The article would have us believe that Martin deserved the honor because he was an innocent kid wrongfully murdered by George Zimmerman, a local resident serving as a neighborhood watchman. Readers would naturally assume Trayvon Martin
A Frank movie review: “LET HIM GO”  –   9.5 In a word:  Drama   Two of Hollywood’s finest star actors over the decades give their all in this powerful drama about a rural family living in the Dakotas, (c. 1961) who lost their adult son to illness. Kevin Costner and Diane Lane could each end up with an Oscar nomination, as these two professionals offer an acting lesson to all the movie wannabes, on how