Milan Pacheco: Steven Soderbergh’s Erin Brockovich starring Julia Roberts is also based on a real-life woman. In this case it is Erin Brockovich, a former legal clerk turned renowned author and environmental activist
Dick Price: Telling how I’d stepped away from good-paying jobs—some with paid vacations and full healthcare coverage—to one that paid $400 a month, plus my own room in the halfway house, all the food I could eat and donated clothes I could wear, and gas for my car, that might be a place to start.
Irene Monroe: Harmon’s “Admissions” illustrates the length at which high-minded, politically correct and supposedly “woke” white liberals will go to get their children into top-tier colleges and universities, too.
Walter G. Moss: White Moss, which won a Special Jury mention at the 2015 LA Film Festival, is set among the nomadic Nenets reindeer herders of northern Siberia. Sandburg’s words about love, weddings, family, stars, climate, food, work, fun, and arctics are all relevant to it.