For a very long time, Harry Potter was a symbol of a generation. Everyone you knew had read the books, and even if they hadn’t, they saw the movies. Still, it’s hard to come across anyone who doesn’t know the name of The Boy Who Lived.
A wonderful part of independent filmmaking has always been its willingness to tell stimulating human stories without sacrificing artistic integrity. Large budget film-making has often pandered to an idea of what it thinks an audience wants.
When scrolling through the thousands of titles featured on Netflix, it is very easy to get caught up with simply browsing. Before you know it forty minutes have gone by and you haven’t made up your mind.
Many books have been written about Wilma Rudolph, who was once considered the ‘fastest woman in the world.’ It is not surprising that her story continues to be told, as it holds the power to inspire any generation.
Not many of us can say we were there, but we all know the basic facts regarding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The 35th president of the United States was in a motorcade, driving through downtown Dallas, Texas on November 22 in 1963.