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

Why Book Larry Ratliff?

Larry Ratliff - speaker 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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“He’s an excellent public speaker.  I just love his humor.  He interjects that into everything.  He is so funny.” – Tim J.    

 


Speaking Topics

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

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"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

'Beauty' and the bean counters

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Belle (Emma Watson) and the Beast (Dan Stevens) trip the candlelight fantastic. (Courtesy: www.digitalspy.com)

We probably shouldn't scold the Disney Studio or its bean counters too severely for rolling out a live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast, the Mouse House's animated golden oldie that swept up a boffo $425 million worldwide in 1991.

Disney has been raiding its own vault of animated treasures for years; Alice in Wonderland (2010), Cinderella (2015), The Jungle Book (2016) with Dumbo and Mulan on the way next year.  That, folks, is why they call it show business with the emphasis clearly on the second word.

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