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Movie Trailer – Live Cargo

Director: Logan Sandler Starring: Dree Hemingway, Lakeith Stanfield, Sam Dillon Release: March 31st, 2017 Putting the cool black & white look aside, and ignoring the few beautiful scenes of water, I don’t believe there’s enough here to hook me into seeing this film.  It seems visually appealing, but perhaps a bit of a Terrence Malick

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Movie Trailer – The Outcasts

Director: Peter Hutchings Starring: Victoria Justice, Eden Sher, Peyton List Release: April 14th, 2017 There’s something to be said for the high school comedy genre, and we’ll always appreciate it on some level.  But this film looks to only exploit the style, not add anything to it.  These are just stereotypes, they aren’t funny, and

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Sports – NFL 2017 Old Faces New Places

The 2017 NFL season is almost here.  Before we start predicting who will win what, let’s take a look at the new places that some old faces have landed during the offseason.  Here are some free agents and traded players in fresh locations that might change the future of their new clubs: Buffalo Bills –

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Movie Trailer – Graduation

Director: Cristian Mungiu Starring: Adrien Titieni, Maria-Victoria Dragus Release: April 7th, 2017 This film should be considered an early front-runner for Best Foreign Film, or at least I hope it turns out to be that good, because I think it definitely has the potential.  A Romanian drama with a ton of power packed into a

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Movie Trailer – Megan Leavey

Director: Gabriela Cowperthwaite Starring: Kate Mara, Common, Edie Falco Release: June 9th, 2017 From the director whose only other film is Blackfish, comes a true story about a soldier and her dog?  I’d be skeptical with just that information, and without watching the cheesy trailer that made it all much worse.  On top of that,

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Book Review – Ishmael

Author: Daniel Quinn Year: 1992 Ishmael is my favorite book.  I also think of it as the most important book ever written, something that every single one of us needs to read and attempt to understand.  That might sound lofty or over-dramatic, and I understand that it won’t affect everyone in the same way that

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