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The Thrill of Ben Gardner's Boat

When it comes to movie memories, I love to reminisce. When your a kid you see the ads on television for the new movies playing at the local theaters and just hope that someday you’ll get a chance to see them. 733 more words

Daily Take

Very Good Girls: Production and Synopsis

The chairman and CEO of real estate investment firm the Herrick Company, Norton Herrick established Herrick Entertainment with a goal of financing high-quality Broadway, television, and film productions. 171 more words

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The Goodbye Girl: A Movie Review

Harold and I recently watched “The Goodbye Girl” on Netflix starring Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason.

I forgot how much I enjoyed Richard Dreyfuss in films.  256 more words

Movies

Birthdays: More Than Being Mary Jane--Gabrielle Union

She has been in some of the popular movies–from the Think Like A Man series to “Deliver Us From Eva” and her current TV series, “Being Mary Jane.” Most recent role change–to wife of NBA star Dwayne Wade. 72 more words

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The Goodbye Girl and Battle in Seattle

This past Sunday was a super bummer.  It was just one of those days where, as the young people say, you just can’t even.  After a stupidly long day of cooking and food prep, H and I decided to “not even” together, ordered Thai delivery, and watch a few movies (Hulu is getting a little sad; shows air too slowly and few are very good… though I binged all of “Gracepoint” on Friday and regret nothing).  591 more words

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October 29 in history

539 BC – Cyrus the Great entered the city of Babylon and detained Nabonidus.

437  Valentinian III, Western Roman Emperor, married Licinia Eudoxia, daughter of his cousin Theodosius II, Eastern Roman Emperor in Constantinople unifying the two branches of the House of Theodosius. 990 more words

History

TCM Cruise Report #1: Surprises & the Dreyfuss/Douglass Debates

First, a note about this Slight Return:

I haven’t added to this blog for months – solid workload with a Shakespeare festival throughout the spring and summer was tremendous, lovely, sweaty, and made me very happy. 952 more words

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