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Sports – 2022 NFL Draft Recap

The 2022 NFL Draft is complete.  Seven rounds, three days, numerous trades, two hundred and fifty six players chosen, and thirty-two teams with new players on their rosters.  In my Mock Draft, I attempted to predict the first round, and of course I got it mostly wrong.  It was fun to guess, but here’s how

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Movie Review – War of the Worlds

Director: Steven Spielberg Starring: Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Justin Chatwin Year: 2005 War of the Worlds is lower tier Spielberg, and that’s a big disappointment.  That legendary director, this classic story, a bona fide star leading the cast, one of the best child actors we’ve ever seen; this should have been a bigger moment and

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Movie Review – The Omega Man

Director: Boris Sagal Starring: Charlton Heston, Anthony Zerbe, Rosalind Cash Year: 1971 From the same story as I Am Legend, The Omega Man tells a similar tale of mankind on the brink of annihilation, this time a little more virus and a little less vampire.  Also, far too much early 70s ridiculosity and Charlton Heston

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Movie Review – The Batman

Director: Matt Reeves Starring: Robert Pattinson, Zoe Kravitz, Jeffrey Wright Paul Dano, Andy Serkis, John Turturro, Colin Farrell Year: 2022 One of the most anticipated movies of, god, who knows how long, The Batman, in theory, was everything all of us wanted; comic book for some, dark drama for others, action & weapons, love &

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Sports – 2022 NFL Draft

Football is almost here!  It’s just a matter of time before the season begins.  The first step was Free Agency, and now the Draft!  This Thursday @ 8:00 pm the 1st Round of the Draft will be on in prime time and I’ll be glued to the television.  This is a very interesting draft class

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Movie Review – Barbarella

Director: Roger Vadim Starring: Jane Fonda, John Phillip Law, Milo O’Shea Year: 1968 One of the most audacious, salacious, and scandalous films of our time, Barbarella is not just a cult classic, but also an icon of the era that both shocks and awes.  From the first scene, that monumental zero-G disrobing, audiences understand that

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