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Thought – 2021 Oscar Update

Almost three months ago I posted a list of 30 potential Best Picture Oscar contenders, plus a list of snubbed films that deserved consideration.  Since then, I’ve updated the list with reviews as I’ve seen the movies, including any personal favorites that hadn’t previously made the list.  As the Academy Awards draw closer, let’s take

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Movie Review – All My Friends Are Dead

Director: Jan Belci Starring: Julia Wieniawa-Narkiewicz, Mateusz Wieclawek, Monika Krzywkowska Year: 2020 American Pie, but where everyone dies?  Not a movie that most of us want to see, but it’s on Netflix anyway, which brings up the question I’ve been asking too often, so I won’t go deep into it right now; is the ability

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Movie Review – I Care a Lot

Director: J Blakeson Starring: Rosamund Pike, Peter Dinklage, Eiza Gonzalez, Dianne Wiest Year: 2020 Maybe we should rethink the idea of letting anyone with a camcorder direct a movie, letting any studio with a bit of cash stream it, letting audience consume cheap content at a cheap rate just because they can and it’s there. 

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Movie Review – One Night in Miami

Director: Regina King Starring: Kingsley Ben-Adir, Eli Goree, Leslie Odom, Aldis Hodge Year: 2020 Regina King’s directorial debut mostly draws upon the work of others, which is not the worst thing an amateur can decide to do when the world is watching your first time.  One Night in Miami is a play by Kemp Powers,

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Sports – 2021 NFL Free Agency

With the 2020 season behind us, the Super Bowl over, and the reality of zero football setting in, it’s never too early to look ahead to next year. The 2021 season kicks off with the HOF game in Canton in August and the NFL Opener in September, but before that there are two major events

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Movie Review – Age of Uprising

Director: Arnaud des Pallieres Starring: Mads Mikkelsen Year: 2013 The legend of Mads Mikkelsen is growing to the point that even the casual movie-goer should have learned to love him by now; if not, there’s still time for you to jump on his bandwagon.  He’s a unique talent and a forceful presence, making his spirit

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