|Jan 25, 2010
The International (2009)
An Interpol agent (Clive Owen) and a US attorney (Naomi Watts) seek to bring a powerful global bank to justice. Their investigation of illegal activities takes them to Berlin, Milan, New York, and Istanbul.
|Mar 29, 2010
Dr. Anthony Edwardes (Gregory Peck) arrives to replace the outgoing director of a Vermont mental hospital, but Dr. Constance Peterson (Ingrid Bergman) believes he is an impostor.
|May 01, 2010
Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
Greer Garson received her 2nd Oscar nomination for her moving portrayal of Edna Gladney, a woman who aids foundling children after the Depression.
She petitions to overturn laws discriminating against children born to unwed mothers, and establishes the Gladney Center for Adoption.
|May 20, 2010
Dr. Martin Luther (Joseph Fiennes), German Professor of Theology and Augustinian Priest, criticizes materialistic practices of the Catholic Church in the 16th century, which leads to the Protestant Reformation.
|Oct 14, 2010
Using an avatar identity, a paraplegic US marine (Sam Worthington) infiltrates a native tribe on Pandora moon. Falling in love with a member of the tribe, he fights a US corporation’s efforts to take over the tribal lands.
The right combination of exercise, learning, (and wine) can improve memory.
Exercise improves mood, information processing, makes thinking more flexible.
Mentally stimulating activities cause improvements in memory—such as reading our background articles, and analyzing and discussing the sometimes complex issues presented in film. 🙂
For people over 60, light or moderate alcohol intake is associated with better recall of past events, according to a new study.
But, why wait!