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March 7, 2017

“Grand Canyon” (3.0)?

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 10:36 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the misty, murky, msyterious and quite magical island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on a soggy Monday morning ‘down on the docks’ of ye ‘ole Hyannis Harbor; The Seventh Day of March, 2017.


Normally the ‘beginning’ of the week is filled with a deep sense of fear and loathing, by most in this great nation of loving souls. Immersed in the entertainment of the day, one looks back in even recent U.S. history, way, way back to the year of 1991, where a movie came out entitled “Grand Canyon” this young cowboy will never forget.  Starring many greats, i.e. Kevin Klein, Danny Glover and Steve Martin, it is the tale of strangers meeting outside their ‘comfort zone’ and how, with a little love and compassion, those very lives were transformed forever.

Tragedy befell the Hollywood director played by Mr. Martin one day, a man who made horror films instead of it’s polar opposite; movies about the other side of the real reason WE are all here, at this ‘time’ on this plane of existence, that ‘big, blue spinning ball’ way, way out in space. So far from God and his Angels? Lost in space if you please…

How can love survive in such a graceless age?

After “Davis” (Martin), was shot by a would-be-robber, he vowed to change his life by creating films that inspired love and brought out the good in people, their TRUE NATURE. He explained that all of life’s mysteries are revealed, all her deep riddles and rhymes, brought to a blinding light on that fabled and storied silver screen. However, after recovering over the course of a few weeks–’getting his head back on straight’–we find ‘Davis’, talking to ‘Mack’ (Kevin Klein), outside of his movie studio.  The daunting image of a giant, steel door about to open to the magical illusions within, only solidifies his fate.  He proceeds to tutor his young yuppie pal about the famous book/tale called Gulliver’s Travels, while allowing his deep embedded ego to do ALL the talking; completely contradicting his ‘awakened state’ only a few days prior.

“It’s a story about a guy, he’s a film maker like me, who loses his way, and forgets what he was sent on earth to do. Fortunately, he finds his way back. It can happen Mack. Check it out.”

Have a good week y’all!



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