Most people know how I feel about Charlton Heston.
Not as the gun-toting kind of sad version (thanks Michael Moore for making him actually seem a little sympathetic).
I mean as his movie persona.
Larger than life.
A big fan of smacking/shaking/deriding 'hysterical' women.
Well, I'm giving him another chance.
According to the Netflix reviews, Gray Lady Down isn't a 'typical macho Navy movie.'
Which to me, sound a little paradoxical. How can a movie about the Navy not be kind of macho?
But I'm going to give it (and Charlton) a shot.
Sunday, March 22