This might be a frequent thing I'll do, which is why I've created the title Spontaneous Spotlight. That way, in the future, you'll know what to expect. (When you're expecting. Movie pun, let's move on.) The layout may look familiar, for I often compose these special posts on the day of the talented person's birthday. You should know what I am referring to. Anyway, sometimes, like today, I stumble upon a rather extraordinary member of cinema, whether they be a writer, actor, or director. And on those occasions, I think to myself, "Say, this would be a lively post full of passion for that person! I should write a post and save it for their birthday!" Sadly, there are times when that person's birthday is months away, or, even worse, just passed. On those instances, I shall compose a "spontaneous" post commemorating their undeniable talent. And maybe I'll mention when their birthday is, too. For now, here is an awe-inspired look at Nancy Meyers. Note that she wrote the screenplay for and directed each of these fine films.
P.S. This post, also, took me a few months to publish. It's good to know that the wheels are finally in motion.