Archives For Movies

1. Shirley v. Deschene: Traditional v. New Generation for Navajo President

Joe Shirley Jr. (right) and Chris Deschene head into November with sites set
on the Navajo Presidency.

2. Reservation of the Mind: Curating the Indigenous Experience

3. Designing for Life: Six Questions with NMAI Architect Johnpaul Jones

Courtesy National Endowment for the Humanities
Johnpaul Jones, an architect of Choctaw and Cherokee heritage recently
received the National Humanities Medal which was presented by President
Barack Obama.

4. Jim Thorpe Featured on Comedy Central’s ‘Drunk History’ (It’s not What

You Think)

Comedy Central

5. Keith Secola: On Stage With Indigo Girls, Singing Brutal Truths

Photo by Jason Morgan Edwards.
Keith Secola performing with Indigo Girls Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, in
Albuquerque on July 30. Photo by Jason Morgan Edwards.

6. Take a Little Stroll Down ‘Redskin’s Drive,’ Newly Named Road in Maine

7. Schimmel’s Dream is Over! Atlanta Out of WNBA Playoffs

Matt York/AP
Shoni Schimmel

8. Remnants of Sacred Rock Destroyed in the 60s Discovered Underwater

Submitted photo/StarPhoenix
Wilfred Tootoosis, of the Poundmaker Cree Nation, stands beside Mistaseni.
He was among those who tried to save the sacred rock in the 1960s.

9. U.S. Treasury Awards Majority of copy95 Million in Grants to Native Enterprises

10. Pocahontas Beaded Jewelry Collab Wins Special Award at Santa Fe
Detail of a piece created by metalsmith Keri Ataumbi and designer Jamie
Okuma. Source:

11. Bracing for Impact: Millions of Tribal Acres at Stake in Upcoming Court Ruling

The proposed casino at Big Lagoon Rancheria

12. EPA Climate Justice Blog: A Dream Realized—Community Driven

Revitalization in Spartanburg


13. All Nations Indian Relay Championships Is Gearing Up for $50,000 Competition

14. Native American Movies

Drive-Ins, Movie Theatres, Diabetics, and Food and Drink. This morning I was extremely upset about the article I read and shared from about Dr. John Deleonardis refusing to allow in a 16-year-old Diabetic teen, Ben Weidner.

hat bothered me most about this story was the cold, uncaring attitude of the Drive-In Owner, Dr. John Deleonardis. It appalls me to hear that a pediatrician would respond this way to the desires of a young teen to feel comfortable. The Dr. explains that his theater website has information stating that there is to be no outside food or drink allowed on the premises. Dr. Deleonardis states that he will make no exceptions. He further explains on the website that there are a variety of food and beverage items for those who are diabetic. Dr. Deleonardis feels that if people don’t like or agree with the rules they can visit another establishment. My surprise and disappointment was mostly in the way that he delivered his message. Pediatricians play such an important role in helping us mold our children. We want our children to both like and trust their pediatricians. Standardly, most pediatricians that I’ve known, have always been warm and inviting. Warmth, understanding and compassion was definitely missing from the interaction involving the Dr. and his patron Ben Weidner.

Both Adults and Children with varying disabilities feel most comfortable with what they are familiar with coming from their own homes. I think business should in fact make exceptions in these situations. Drive-In Theatres and Movie Theatres are charging insane prices for all of their items. The reality is, people can wait a bit longer to see the movies at home and get almost the same visual and audio effects as they would in the theatres. It should be the goal of all theatre owners to keep their customers coming not finding ways to send them packing.  Personally, I haven’t been in a movie theatre for about two and a half years and have no plans to return to one.

I hope that this owner and all other theatre owners start to think about the overall cost to the consumer and how they might ease the cost somewhat so people are more apt to enjoy their time out at the movies.

Felina Silver Robinson

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The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte-Cristo is a 1975 television film produced by ITC Entertainment and based upon the book The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, père. It was directed by David Greene and starred Richard Chamberlain as Edmond Dantes, Kate Nelligan as Mercedes, Tony Curtis as Fernand Mondego, Louis Jourdan as De Villefort, Donald Pleasence as Danglars, Trevor Howard as Abbé Faria, and Isabelle de Valvert as Haydee. ITC had previously produced a 39-part TV series based on the same source material, in 1956.

1. Interstellar (Coming in November 2014)


2. The Machine (Came out in April 2014) – Sci-Fi Thriller

3. 2014 New Upcoming Movies 2014 – 17 Official Trailers [HD]

1. Dawn Of The Dead (1978)

Sarah Polley as Ana


Ving Rhames as Kenneth, Jake Weber as Michael, Michael Kelly as C.J., Lindy Booth as Nicole, Kevin Zegers as Terry, Mekhi Phifer as Andre, Inna Korobkina as Luda, Ty Burrell as Steve, Kim Poirier as Monica, Boyd Banks as Tucker, Bruce Bohne as Andy, Michael Barry as Bart, R. D. Reid as Glen, Jayne Eastwood as Norma, Matt Frewer as Frank, Louis Ferreira as Luis, Hannah Lochner as Vivian, Ermes Blarasin as Bloated Woman, Ken Foree as TV Evangelist, Tom Savini as Sheriff Cahill, Scott Reiniger as The General


2. the Return of the living dead (1985)


Clu Gulager as Burt Wilson, James Karen as Frank, Don Calfa as Ernie Kaltenbrunner, Thom Mathews as Freddy, Beverly Randolph as Tina, John Philbin as Chuck, Jewel Shepard as Casey, Miguel A. Núñez Jr. as Spider, Brian Peck as Scuz, Linnea Quigley as Trash, Mark Venturini as Suicide, Jonathan Terry as Colonel Glover, Allan Trautman as Tarman

3. Children Of The Living Dead


Marty Schiff as Deputy Randolph, Damien Luvara as Matthew Michaels, Jamie McCoy as Laurie Danesi, Sam Nicotero as Dusty, Tom Savini as Deputy Hughes, Heidi Hinzman as Candy Danesi. Philip Bower as Joseph Michaels, Tom Stoviak as Gregg Peters, A. Barrett Worland as Abbott Hayes, Justin Krauss as Steve, Macey Schiff as Young Laurie