Posts Tagged ‘Paul Newman’

The Verdict

Posted on February 27th, 2015 by Joseph A. Hazani

  What happens when winning matters more than justice? When a grievance cannot be repaired because the nature of the human being and his society will always have the tendency of regressing downwards towards the simian? Is that called injustice, when there is no voluntary agreement on the resolution of a troubling matter, as in […]

The Hustler

Posted on December 27th, 2014 by Joseph A. Hazani

  The struggle to get by, beyond simply to make ends meet but to feed oneself, goes neglected and unnoticed the farther removed one is from the bottom cellars of society. There, not so much an underworld or underclass as the basement of the house of civilization, an entire culture of people resides. Taking risks […]


Posted on December 18th, 2014 by Joseph A. Hazani

This is a film that has a terrific target, but the focus is so dreadful it’s insulting. This especially rings true when it compares to its predecessor The Ten Commandments at a time when the quality of human being is demonstratively more substantial than it is now. That, for instance, an audience had the patience […]