During the 2017 holiday season, I got a great deal on the Best of Warner Bros. 100 Film Collection. Diane and I haven’t seen most of these movies, but we are committed to watching one a week and writing a short review.
We begin with 1927’s “The Jazz Singer”, a fitting beginning to our tour of cinematic history. Known as being the first feature length film to feature both a synchronized musical score and some synchronized speaking, “The Jazz Singer”’s historical significance is its position at the end of the silent film era and at the beginning of “talkies”. History aside, is it still good? Continue reading “WB Top 100: The Jazz Singer (1927)”
I bought this on Fiverr!
Something has been missing in my life over the last year. While my success at work has grown and my relationship with Diane has deepened, I missed having a place to write and share my thoughts. I missed all of you too.
Hence, I am back and only slightly better than ever. I doubt I return to the heights of my blogging glory days. I doubt I start hosting events or trying to create news ones. I just want to write about any and everything that I feel like writing about.
Whether you have hoped I’d come back or you are a new fan, thank you for reading! Now, do me a favor and let me know who you are/that you are still alive in the comments.
P.S. This theme is still a work-in-progress. I am happy enough with it now to start anew, but I apologize if tomorrow-me has a radically different opinion on fonts.