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The Ghostbusters reboot opens in theaters this weekend. If you listen to the haters it will be the worst movie of all time, even worse than Heaven's Gate released in 1980. Deep in the negative reaction is a sad case of entitlement with an ample dose of…
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David Bowie died on January 10th. I was a fan and particularly liked his New Wave/Pop period in the 80s and early 90s. Here are a couple of videos from that time.
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The movie 'Trainwreck' written by and staring comedian Amy Schumer had a good mixture of raunch and pathos one expects when viewing Schumer's comedic exploits. Under the apt direction of Judd Apatow we get a more adult version of his film 'Superbad' that…
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One of my favorite bands, The Corrs, are back together. Their first live performance in 10 years took place on Sunday in Hyde Park London UK, in front of thousands, during an all day festival hosted by BBC Radio 2.
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I had been a lapsed World of Warcraft (WOW) player when I saw an article a few weeks ago saying that the game would be reclaiming player names from inactive players. What started as an effort to prevent the loss of my player name became a renewal of my…
I had been a lapsed World of Warcraft (WOW) player when I saw an article a few weeks ago saying that the game would be reclaiming player names from inactive players. What started as an effort to prevent the loss of my player name became a renewal of my love for WOW. There have been some good changes.
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This spring the long time CBS show CSI spun off a new version called CSI: Cyber. The show revolves around an FBI team that investigates crimes that start or exist on the Internet. While crimes related to the Internet seems like a good idea for a TV show,…
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Each year I look forward to the Tony awards on TV so I can see the best of Broadway. I may not get to see all the shows but these 12 selected performances are some of my favorites over the years.
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On January 14th USA Network debuts its first Sci-fi TV drama 'Colony'. While I'm suspicious of high concept TV shows, I plan on adding 'Colony' to my watch list.
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The new James Bond film, 'Spectre', wasn't as good as 2012's Skyfall, but it was not bad. It was more a sequel to the last film rather than a stand alone movie with a new story. It touches on some of the classic Bond tropes found in all the films and even…
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I had the opportunity to listen to the latest album from the Canadian group Copilots. Sunstroke is an odd title for an album because none of the songs are painful but they might make you delirious as some jangly trippy music washes over you. Copilots are…
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David Letterman ended his 33 year run as a late night host Wednesday night. Although I feel Dave has been 'phoning-it-in' the past few years, there is no mistake all the other hosts in late night owe a big thanks to Dave for opening the talk show genre to…
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The Judge is a good family drama about the black sheep of the family returning to help his overbearing father in his moment of need. If there is a fault, the film is too dense with several story threads. It isn't sure what story to tell so it feels padded.
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