Tag Archives: Robert Sean Leonard

Falling Skies

The sci-fi series that changed showrunners more often than you change underwear started out promisingly, with an original concept by Saving Private Ryan writer Robert Rodat and executive-produced by Steven Spielberg, that imagined Earth being invaded by hostile aliens, and regular people, including Noah Wyle’s teacher, having to take up arms. Over the seasons, a … Continue reading Falling Skies

Dead Poets Society: Against the Stream

HE WAS THEIR INSPIRATION. HE MADE THEIR LIVES EXTRAORDINARY.  This movie was released when I was 13 and I remember what kind of effect it had on us all. Suddenly, we expected every teacher at school to be like John Keating, an inspiring “captain” we’d be willing to fight for. That was the ideal, and … Continue reading Dead Poets Society: Against the Stream