We Shall Remain

We Shall Remain, tells the story of the tribes of American Indians and their struggle, over a 300 year history, to remain a free people.

These five documentaries detail the true life struggle, of pivotal moments in U.S. history from the Native American perspective. Follow the Wampanoag Indians, the Cherokee Nation, the Shawnee and other tribes through the pages of history.

Learn more about the life and times of Tecumseh, Geronimo, Massasoit, Tenskwatawa, Major Ridge, and Fools Crow. The brave men valiantly resisted expulsion from their lands and fought the extinction of their culture, time and time again.

Often their strategies were militaristic, but just as often they were diplomatic, spiritual, legal, and political. Leading them to take drastic measures in their attempts to remain autonomous.

If you enjoy learning about American Indian History, you will like this movie.

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Awakenings, based on the acclaimed book by neurologist Oliver Sacks, director Penny Marshall’s 1990 drama stars Robin Williams as Dr. Malcolm Sayer.

The story, based on the real life work of Dr. Malcolm Sayer, is about about a doctor who makes terrific strides in fighting post-encephalitis patients that were considered incurable. The patients were in a persistent catatonic state.

Sayer is a neurologist who discovers that the drug L-Dopa can be used to “unlock” the patients minds and bodies, bringing them back to the real world and the problems living in the real world brings. The story takes us through the struggles and triumphs of patients who have lost nearly 30 years of their lives.

Leonard (Robert De Niro) is one such patient who awakens after being in a comatose state for 30-years, leaving Sayer to guide Leonard in adjusting to the world around him. Penelope Ann Miller costars as the daughter of another patient, with whom Leonard falls tenuously in love.

Robin Williams fans will enjoy watching Awakenings!

Behind the Scenes


Nicolas Cage stars as astrophysicist and widower John Koestler, who decodes a series of seemingly random numbers, which had been buried in a time capsule, 50-years prior and recently dug up at his son s elementary school. In it are some chillingly accurate predictions of coming disasters, with very specific details… when, where, and how many will die.

The Knowing, a sci-fi thriller, blends psychic premonitions, realism, and conspiracy with the drama of end times destruction on a global scale to create a tolerable movie, which is certainly better than some of Nicolas Cage’s recent attempts.

If you enjoy watching Nicolas Cage, you will like the Knowing.