Attorney Robert Hammerle reviews three new releases that left him contemplating: “Nomadland,” “MLK/FBI” and “First Cow.”
Big case hits the big screen: Taft lawyer’s DuPont suit attracts star power
A Taft Stettinius & Hollister attorney who successfully took on one of the world’s most powerful chemical manufacturers in a major toxic contamination case is being featured on the big screen as he continues to bring awareness to an issue he says is a global heath threat.Read More
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle is intrigued by Oscar-worthy performances in “Promising Young Woman,” “Pieces of a Woman” and “News of the World.”
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle has warm words for “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” and finds deep meaning in “The Midnight Sky.”
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle observes that the roller coaster ride of Netflix’s “The Prom” might not be too popular in its setting of the Hoosier State and shares memories of Christmases past.
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been devasting to many, including me. She became only the second woman to serve on the court, and her reputation was legendary. In her memory, movie reviewer Bob Hammerle reprises his reviews of “RBG” and “On the Basis of Sex,” both released in 2018 and both of which should be required viewing for all law students.
Movie reviewer Bob Hammerle submits his first movie reviews of the pandemic era that might be called the good, the bad and the puzzling.
“Field of Dreams” (1989) captures the essence of baseball. The immortal line, “If you build it, he will come,” will always reminds me of my late father. As kids, he played catch with me and my brothers in a field near our house, and I still see him waving at me when I drive by that location in Batesville. As baseball tries to play a short season, I am reminded of my love of the game.
Movies provide a reminder that helps explain the emotional national outrage after the brutal death of George Floyd.
Offering a couple of classic movie recommendations, movie reviewer Robert Hammerle also offers fond remembrances of attorney friends and their loved ones.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle finds much to like in two new period pieces, “Emma” and “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” while a violent remake of “The Invisible Man” is spellbinding.
New York prosecutors are hailing former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s conviction as a pivotal moment that could change the way the legal system views a type of sexual assault case historically considered difficult to prove.
Indiana is giving gamblers a chance to put down wagers on who’ll be winners in next month’s Academy Awards. Betting on the Oscar winners for best picture and other film categories comes under the state’s sports wagering law that took effect in September.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle says Renee Zellweger gives an impressive performance in the depressing Judy Garland biopic “Judy,” but a documentary on iconic pop singer Linda Rondstadt left him singing a happier tune. Meantime, “Hustlers” features a diva of more recent generation — Jennifer Lopez — in a takedown of Wall Street avarice.
Movie reviewer Robert Hammerle has praise for two very different films that each tug on the heartstrings.