“To Kill a Mockingbird” is one of those classic books they force on you in high school; the ones that you dread reading, but then can’t put down when you start. For me, it was a book that’s stuck with me, and there’s a reason stories do that – it’s because they are amazing. The movie isn’t ever as good as the book, but in this case, Hollywood didn’t do a bad job of it. If you’ve never heard the story, get yourself to a library, stat! Or to the Earl Smith Strand Theatre this weekend to watch the classic movie, and find out what you’re missing. It’s not a warm and fuzzy story, but it’s a good one, and a relevant one, and it will probably restore your faith in some people – lawyers at least.