Somewhere around mid-February a wire in my brain fried, temporarily disabling my recognition of subtleties, the nuances of bad and good -- the mechanism commonly known as taste. Eventually the coils will mend and the neurons will resume firing but for the moment I am imprisoned in a world of absolutes. Our Family Wedding is bad, unconditionally, irrefutably bad. I know that much.
There have been a lot of films about the atrocities that grip many parts of the African continent. From 1971 to 1979, the African country of Uganda was gripped under the tyrannical rule of Idi Amin (played in the film by Forest Whitaker).