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Movie Review – Ghost Ship

Director: Steve Beck Starring: Julianna Margulies, Gabriel Byrne, Isaiah Washington Year: 2002 I saw that I should watch Ghost Ship if only for the first ridiculous five minutes, and that’s about as long as my willing attention lasted.  It was a struggle to make it through to the end, since it was the worst movie

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Movie Review – The Wife

Director: Bjorn Runge Starring: Glenn Close, Jonathan Pryce Year: 2018 The only awards buzz The Wife received was for Glenn Close for Best Actress, and we all know that’s only because voters thinks she deserves a win after all her years of service and minimal recognition.  She’s been nominated for an Oscar seven times but

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Book Review – Revival

Author: Stephen King Year: 2014 Revival might be the weakest King book I have ever read, and I’ve read my fair share.  I love his style, his immersion, his references, and basically all his stories; he has an unmatched gift that can’t ever be explained.  But Revival is weak sauce, throwaway fiction, without a real

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Movie Review – Napoleon Dynamite

Director: Jared Hess Starring: Jon Heder, Aaron Ruell, Efren Ramirez Year: 2004 I will always love Napoleon Dynamite for its utter originality, and for its blatant disregard for anything approaching normal.  It’s the most bizarre comedy you’re ever likely to see, a coming-of-age tale about the world’s biggest weirdo, who has a family to match,

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Movie Review – Sky High

Director: Mike Mitchell Starring: Michael Angarano, Kurt Russell, Mary Elizabeth Winstead Year: 2005 It’s approaching 15 years ago that my nephew was obsessed with Sky High and watched it over & over again.  I’d go over to my sister’s to play cards, she’d pop in the film, he’d enter another world, and the adults would

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Movie Review – Stan & Ollie

Director: Jon S. Baird Starring: Steve Coogan, John C. Reilly Year: 2018 A more perfect tribute to past celebrity might not exist on the planet; Stan & Ollie may have just topped the list.  There are biopics that have won prestigious awards, but I’m not sure any of them have harnessed the heart of this

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