There are many glowing reviews of this fine movie since we last reviewed this well made movie. Lou Holman of Arts Atlanta nailed the character Bernie in its review of the movie Bernie. As he so aptly states in his review, “Bernie touches on the paradox of how a town of churchgoing conservatives can embrace a confirmed bachelor with a lilting voice, a penchant for musical theater and no interest in dating eligible women his age. As long as gay people remain entirely closeted, they can be pillars of a certain kind of community. Southern hospitality and “don’t ask, don’t tell” can blur into each other.” Some of the comments on Rotten Tomatoes about the character, Bernie, were on target. “As Bernie, Jack Black is about as reined-in as you’ll see him. Effeminate, emotional, generous and cuddly, he’s easy to root for when push comes to shooting.” said Chris Foran of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, or this, “With facts that are stranger than fiction and a story surrounding a murder that is often played as dark comedy, Bernie exists somewhere between an Errol Morris documentary and Fargo.” stated Mark Pfeiffer, Reel Movie: Reflections on Cinema. Bernie is a wonderfully directed and acted movie and worth the view.