A Celtic-inspired gem still aboard the Titanic after more than a century underwater.
By Earl Chatham (Wesley Hutchins), December 16, 2015
Word Count: 5403
Summary: Movie review of the Back to the Future film series
Few films attain an iconic status that allows them to stand the test of time and remain relevant to each successive generation so that it becomes a cultural institution that transcends time and has a shelf life which extends long beyond its initial release.
Given its subject matter, it is perhaps appropriate that Back to the Future fits into this exclusive club.
Set in 1985, film features a California teenager named Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), a 17-year-old high school student in the town of Hill Valley who is out of his luck. He’s chronically late to school, has run-ins with the principal for being late, and while he displays an active passion for rock and roll, he’s deemed not good enough to make the cut at an audition. One of the only people who believe in him his is girlfriend Jennifer Parker (Claudia Wells), with whom he has a date on a lakeside the next day.
“What God has conjoined then, let no man separate.”
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By Wesley Hutchins (alias Earl Chatham) Word Count: 3051 Rating: G (suitable for all audiences) Summary: An overview of Queen Elizabeth II’s legacy as the longest reigning monarch of the United Kingdom. Summary: A brief biography of HRH Queen Elizabeth the Second. “I declare before you all that my whole life, whether it be long […]
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