We saw two films today. One was the Will Smith blockbuster 'I AM LEGEND', which was filled with amazing effects in the spectacular setting of a deserted New York City. It was good, very violent and ultimately unsatisfying.
The other was on DVD, 'THE WILD PARROTS OF TELEGRAPH HILL'. This is a documentary about a flock of wild parrots living in the heart of San Francisco, and a homeless musician (Mark Bittner) who befriends them. It's truly a wonderful, heartwarming film that will make you laugh and cry, and really get to know and love the different parrots and their personalities in a way no other nature film has. It's entertaining and informative in so many different ways. All I can say is go rent the DVD and have a box of tissues handy. (Even Craig Mitchell will like this one! *g*)