I have the World Cup and Transfer Orientation (all day yesterday) to thank for not writing anything since Wednesday. There's also the matter of having nothing of substance to see either in the art-house or mutiplex realms.
Then tomorrow morning, we take a 16-hour drive north to Michigan City, Indiana where all of my extended family spends the summer whenever they can. For the drive (when I'm not behind the wheel), I'll be watching George Sidney's Scaramouche ('52), Raoul Walsh's They Died With Their Boots On ('42) and Jacques Tourneur's The Flame and the Arrow ('50).
Once at the desired port of call, the movie thing picks up big-time. The Michigan City Public Library is probably one of the greatest classic movie mecca's ever built.