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Movie Review – The Nightingale

Director: Jennifer Kent Starring: Aisling Franciosi, Baykali Ganambarr, Sam Claflin Year: 2018 I hope to god that this becomes a genre; Irish convicts in Tasmania seeking revenge against evil British officers, with the aid of heroic Aborigines.  I would watch every single addition to that fledgling style, and if anyone knows some that already exist,

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Movie Review – Terminator: Dark Fate

Director: Tim Miller Starring: Natalia Reyes, Mackenzie Davis, Linda Hamilton Year: 2019 I have seen the Terminator movies, I have enjoyed some of them, and I have even attempted to wrap my head around the time lines and the paradoxes and the history and the birth of Skynet and the Terminator models and the Connor

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Sports – NFL Picks 2019, Week 11

Here are my NFL Week 11 Picks (5-8 last week, 86-61-1 for the season) Bye teams: Packers, Giants, Seahawks, Titans   Pit @ Cle Atl @ Car Dal @ Det Jax @ Ind Buf @ Mia Hou @ Bal Den @ Min NYJ @ Was NO @ TB Ari @ SF Cin @ Oak NE

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Movie Review – Dolemite Is My Name

Director: Craig Brewer Starring: Eddie Murphy Year: 2019 Dolemite Is My Name is this year’s Disaster Artist, a film about a film and a movie about a man who had no idea what he was doing.  The Room flopped, but would go on to be the world’s #1 cult classic, while Dolemite broke big against

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Movie Review – The King

Director: David Michod Starring: Timothee Chalamet, Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris Year: 2019 The King is a film aimed at a very specific audience, one that loves Timothee Chalamet and Age of Empires equally, and wants to see Timmy play the Agincourt campaign from The Conquerors expansion.  That reference just fell flat if you didn’t play

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Movie Review – Yesterday

Director: Danny Boyle Starring: Himesh Patel, Lily James, Kate McKinnon Year: 2019 Danny Boyle has earned the right to experiment a little, but his bizarre manipulation of cinematic norms (not to mention dimensional shifts) yielded something strange, as Yesterday becomes a movie you wanted to love rather than a film you can respect.  Boyle is

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