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Our promo videos for the Rice Lake Public Library. You can find more videos by the library on their YouTube.
Maranatha Evangelical Free Church in Rice Lake Wisconsin asked me to film a series for the church. Here is the series…Maranatha’s Johnny Appleseed. If you enjoyed this series please like and share.
My 168 Project film. If you like this please like and share.
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A live telecast of the musical Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie. Starring Allison Williams, Christian Borle, Kelli O’Hara I was not impressed with this version of Peter Pan. I’ve never been fond of a woman portraying Peter Pan. They … Continue reading
McLintock is a rancher that works at keeping the peace amongst the farmers, ranchers, land-grabbers, Indians, and corrupt government officials. Based on William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. Starring John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara, and Patrick Wayne. John Wayne plays … Continue reading
A girl is transported to a world with gingerbread soldiers, an army of mice, and sugar plums. Starring Mackenzie Foy, Tom Sweet, and Meera Syal. This is not the ballet version of The Nutcracker, and although I would have loved to … Continue reading
When the war ends, the battle begins. When Louis Zamperini comes home from the war, he meets, falls in love with, and marries his love. The battle begins – the guilt and PTSD from the war take a toll on … Continue reading
TV version of the movie Heathers, where an outcast student plots to kill the popular kids. Starring Grace Victoria Cox, Melanie Field, and James Scully. This series is overblown with absurd situations and clichés. The characters are just over the top with … Continue reading
Three sisters discover they are witches after the death of their mother. Starring Melonie Diaz, Madeleine Mantock, and Sarah Jeffery. This remake has a good start to the series. There isn’t anything new here; you know the story of three witches … Continue reading
When Nell Trent’s Grandfather loses his investment money in cards, they must go on the run as their landlord, Daniel Quilp, is after them. Based on the novel by Charles Dickens. Starring Alan Barry, Adam Blackwood, and Tom Courtenay. I haven’t … Continue reading
Two gay men hide their lifestyle when one partner’s son announces they are getting married. Starring Ugo Tognazzi, Michel Serrault, and Claire Maurier. This is a brilliant comedy; the slapstick elements are just as funny as the humor in the film. … Continue reading
A ranching family fights to protect their land as others infringe on it. Starring Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, and Kelly Reilly. Paramount revives and updates the classic western plot with this new series. There’s no denying that Kevin Costner knows how to … Continue reading
A series based on the film, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954). Starring Richard Dean Anderson, Roger Wilson, and Peter Horton. I was so looking forward to watching this series because I love the 1954 film. However, the only thing this … Continue reading