Saw a tweet the other day from “Focus Features” about #NationalBookLoversDay with the question – “What is your favorite book to film adaption?” My immediate response was, LOTR, Hobbit, Godfather and The Princess Bride. But of course I immediately realized that can’t be all. So the search begins. – manzoor
Meeting the Immigrant Parents Who Raised Me – manzoor
I heard the interview for the 2nd time, I think, earlier this morning. The first time was yesterday. But yesterday I didn’t get far enough to listen to the actual interview. Come to think about it, it might have been a preview about the interview that I did listen to this morning that they were … More The Nothing by Hanif Kureishi
Sep 7th, ’17 Saturday – Watched the 10:50pm show at the Bullock Museum IMAX Theatre. But very unlike me I actually got there a few minutes after the movie had already started 😦 <rant>Mostly because of traffic that I had NOT planned for. It was game night AND ACL</rant>. But also because I had waited a … More Blade Runner 2049
Our relationships are interesting. They are continually evolving. They have to – as we ourselves are continuously evolving. Every day, every moment we experience life and those experiences, ever so slightly and slowly, enriches our perspectives. Apr 4th, ’28 – Finished it finally. Now that I have finished this I really want to find out … More Norwegian Wood
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Feb 10th, ’18 – Finally watched it on my Apple TV via Amazon Prime Video. It’s actually funny, because I was looking for a different movie, Khaad, that my friend had suggested and searching for it lead to no success I fell back to re-watch Moonstruck and after finishing it I was just browsing and … More A Man Called Ove
Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation On my “To Read” list. – manzoor The Rising Power Of Single American Women – On Point with Tom Ashbrook Questions: What are the comparable stat for men? How is our longevity playing a role here?