My Favorite Movies #72 – A Time to Kill

A Time to Kill 1996 Directed by Joel Schumacher Netflix says... When two white men brutally rape a young black girl in a small Mississippi town, the child's vengeful father (Samuel L. Jackson) fears their acquittal and takes the law into his own hands. But as his trial date approaches, all hell breaks loose. Aided by … Continue reading My Favorite Movies #72 – A Time to Kill

Question of the Week #149

Someone you love deeply is brutally murdered and you know the identity of the murderer, who unfortunately is acquitted of the crime. Would you seek revenge? I have no doubt that there would be a part of me that would want to seek revenge. But I wouldn't be able to. Maybe the murderer deserves a … Continue reading Question of the Week #149

Question of the Week #126

Do you believe in capital punishment? Would you be willing to execute a man sentenced to death by the courts if you were selected by lot to do so and he would go free if you refused? Assume you know no details of the trial. Like a lot of things, I'm of two minds on … Continue reading Question of the Week #126

AFI #87 – 12 Angry Men

12 Angry Men 1957 Directed by Sidney Lumet Netflix says... Knowing full well that a guilty verdict means death, a jury of 12 men (including Jack Warden and Jack Klugman) must decide the fate of an 18-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing his father. But only one juror (Henry Fonda) wants to take the time … Continue reading AFI #87 – 12 Angry Men

The Legend of a Painter at the Bank

In the world of banking, the people on the front lines of the industry are known as tellers. These are the people who are expected to help customers with all of their day to day banking needs. It is often a thankless and miserable position to hold. These are their stories. These are their legends… … Continue reading The Legend of a Painter at the Bank