Happy Fathers Day From Film-Cycle: 6/17/2012

We at film-cycle would like to wish all the fathers out there a very happy Father’s Day. Whatever you do for your family to the best of your ability, thank you for doing at least that. You may not realize but its the small things you do, the things you don’t even think matter, that make the most impact in your families lives. All the hugs and handshakes, fixings and findings, bug-killing and oil changing, though insignificant to you, make a great impact in the lives of your children, your wives, your community and your linage.  God bless you, and have a wonderful day.


What is your favorite movie to watch with your father? If not your father; your grandpa, or big brother; basically anyone who was a mentor to you and had a great impact on your life in some way.

As for me and my pop, nothing beats a Saturday evening at home in front of Turner Classic Movies watching “Scarface”. I of course mean the far superior 1932 Scarface and not the obscene gore-fest that Depalma directed in the eighties. I don’t care how many bodies Tony Montana blew apart with his shotgun, or how many mountains of cocaine he snorted; nothing can match the menacing performance Paul Muni gave in that excellently crafted film. The screen crackles with his kinetic energy. Check it out if you get a chance. Here is the Trailer:



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