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Joe Souza wrote at 2016-09-08 23:11:00
I think it was called "Hank Williams: The Man And His Music" Not really sure if it was on P.B.S., but was on t.v., it did star Jim Owen as Hank, and I saw it. It wasn't actually a movie, but a tribute show hosted by Hank Williams Jr., with guests Minnie Pearl, Kris Kristopherson, Teresa Brewer and the like, with scenes of Hanks life (this is where Owen comes in) in between songs of the host and guests. If you edit out the tribute part and keep the scenes, (which is what I did, but the tape deteriorated over time)it does indeed play a little like a movie, and if these so called experts were really experts, which obviously there not, they would have known this. Self proclaimed experts never know what they claim.  

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Nell Minow


Movies, especially classic movies, current movies, family movies, and movies for families.


I am the movie critic for Beliefnet and radio stations across the country. I have written about movies for USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun Times, Parents, Family Fun, Child, Slate, and Daughters. I am the weekly movie critic for radio stations across the US and in Canada and write weekly parental advisories for the Chicago Sun-Times and the Kansas City Star. I have appeared on Fox Morning News, the ABC Evening News, CBS This Morning, and NPR, and been profiled in the NY Times, Washingtonian, Chicago Magazine, and the Chicago Tribune. My book, The Movie Mom's Guide to Family Movies, was published by Avon in April 1999 and is now in its second edition. I can answer questions about movies for special interests, especially family concerns, handling questions from kids like "What do I do when he says everyone else has seen it?" to "My daughter got nightmares from a movie --how can I help her?" or "Why does my child want to see the DVD over and over?" to "What's the deal with Pokemon?" I am pretty good with trivia questions about movies, too, not as good with made-for-TV movies or miniseries. And I don't know much about horror/slasher films, sorry.

Broadcast, Online, and Washington DC film critics associations

The Movie Mom's Guide to Family Movies, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, USA Today, The Practical Guide to Practically Everything

film critic for high school and college papers before becoming a professional movie critic

Awards and Honors
Roger Ebert's "Thumbs Up" award, presenter at Ebertfest and the Tallgrass Film Festival, member of the Online, DC, Broadcast and women's film critic/writer associations.

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