by Bill Sardi: What
Are The Elites Holding Over Us?
Directed By: Peter Mackenzie
Produced By: Mike Mackenzie, Peter Mackenzie,
Mark Joseph, Tommy G. Warren,
Dawn Krantz, Antonio Quintos
Starring: John Schneider, Jenn Gotzon, Robert
Davi, Jennifer O’Neill, Joe Estevez,
Will Wallace and Ernie Hudson
Most of us look forward to a night at the movies to enjoy a comedy,
a thriller, or even an on-screen romance. But would we be enticed
to go to a movie that had a serious meaning to it?
The tag line to the movie I'm talking about is: "Every story's
worth telling. Every life's worth living."
Hmm, sounds a little heavy for a night at the movies. But the meaning
of the movie is held right up until its tearful end. So its meaning
doesn't get in the way of an action movie that will grip your insides.
It jumps from one action scene to another as movie goers are left
to ask just what the connection is between each spine-tingling scene.
As much as you want to figure out the meaning of this movie, it
won’t let you discover it till its emotional end.
There's a shoot 'em up robbery at a bar, and a just-in-the-moment
of time plucking of a baby from the path of an oncoming truck, and
a rescue of a damsel in distress from a knife-wielding stalker,
thrown in with a doctor who is falsely accused of rape. And then
there is a budding but immature romance that is woven from beginning
Well then, you ask, is it a guy flick or a gal flick? Not telling.
To understand the movie, entitled Doonby, you have to understand
its lead character,
Sam Doonby, played by John
Schneider of Dukes of Hazard fame.
You will join the entire cast of the movie in trying to figure
out just who Sam Doonby is.
They all want to know too. "Where’d you come from Doonby?"
asks the town’s sheriff. He says a small town in Louisiana, where
his girlfriend and her mother travel to find out what they can about
this mystery man named Sam.
You get to see flashbacks in his life, which gives you a growing
hint at his roots, his true identity. Yet every tidbit of information
is never enough to let you know what you need to know about Sam.
This guy Doonby turns a sleepy Texas town into a whirlwind of events
which somehow throw him into the center of each one.
And as the movie unfolds you are going to ask yourself, why is
this saintly guy Doonby falling in love with the town's floozy?
But then again, why is angelic Sam working as a bar tender in Smithville,
And why doesn't Sam Doonby become, just for a moment, a little
bit human and succumb to the seductions of his lusty drink-mixing
bar maid whom Sam discovers naked in his bed?
Sam Doonby has this mysterious diary which we never get a peek
at, and with every event in the movie, he jots down another chapter.
Laura, his spoiled girlfriend, played
by Jenn Gotzon, whom he says he fell in love with the moment
he spied her from a bus driving down the highway in her convertible
sports car, is dying to get a look at that diary. At the movie’s
very end, she finally snatches Sam’s diary. You’ll want to be there
when Laura opens its cover and examines its pages.
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He is the author of You
Don’t Have To Be Afraid Of Cancer Anymore.
His latest book is Downsizing
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