Goes Good With “Milk”

I rented Milk last week because I heard it was good. It’s excellent. It tells the story of Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California. It was the ’70s, and if there’s any truth to what’s shown in the movie, it was not easy being gay in the ’70s. He ran for office three times and failed three times before he finally

Review: “No Country for Old Men”

No Country for Old Men is the best movie I’ve seen from the Coen Brothers. Naturally, it’s about a psychotic killer with a high-pressure air gun looking for stolen money, and another guy who stole the money running from the guy with the air gun. I normally don’t care much for the way the Coen Brothers use lethal violence in their movies, but in this case it’s fascinating and compelling