Still taking a break for another day. I'll be back tomorrow. Meanwhile, did you know that YouTube has a whole bunch of full-length movies to watch? For free? (There are others for a small fee.)
I'm probably way behind the curve on this and you've already discovered it. I found it just yesterday when I ran across a list at Buzzfeed of 74 Great Films You Can Watch on YouTube from someone named Dorsey Shaw.
Okay, most on the list appear to be movies only a young man – which is what Dorsey appears to be – could like. But scattered among them he has found some some terrific old noir films, a few great classics and some newer ones too – like Synecdoche New York with Philip Seymour Hoffman that's been on my to-see list for a long time.
That one will have to wait a little longer because I got delightfully sidetracked when, on Dorsey's list, up popped Fantasia which I had not seen in many decades. Now I have again. If you've got a couple of hours, you too can see it here.
Or check out the entire YouTube movie section.
At The Elder Storytelling Place today, Lyn Burnstine: A New World for It