Larry Ratliff – Keynote Speaker, Author, Humorist, Film Critic

Why Book Larry Ratliff?

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Larry entertains and informs with witty and funny behind-the-scenes movie industry, celebrity and life stories. His love for movies and seeing the humor in life are contagious.

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“I don’t remember the last time I cried and then laughed out loud and then cried and laughed at the same time...!” ~Sandra B.

 


Speaking Topics

Keynote speaker, author, and humorist, Larry Ratliff knows movies. Topics range from classic to epic and everything in between.

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What they’re saying about Did I Write That Out Loud? Tim_book2 BookCover

"Fascinating! I can't stop reading it -- it's a real page turner! Literally COL (chuckling out loud)" ~Tim Jones 

"Just bought my Kindle copy and am enjoying the heck out of it" ~Robert Helstrom

 

 

 


For availability call 214-364-7364 or email lrratliff@verizon.net


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Movie Memories Update

Editor and publisher: Reining in Mr. Write

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Colin Firth, left, as Max Perkins and Jude Law as Thomas Wolfe in "Genius." (Marc Brenner/Roadside Attractions)

In the movie industry and in film critic circles, there's a term called a parking lot movie.

That's a film so good, so compelling or so thought provoking that movie-goers emerge from the creative darkness of a theater into the harsh bright light of reality and talk -- and perhaps argue -- about what they have just witnessed all the way to the car.

Genius, the dramatic verbal sparring match between early 20th century novelist Thomas Wolfe and his editor-publisher Max Perkins, drove me far beyond the aforementioned parking lot.  For the greater part of this morning, I've thrown myself into digging deeper into this volatile relationship between one of the most important writers of his lifetime and the word master who published and molded his work into Look Homeward, Angel and Of Time and the River.

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