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CHEF (2014) movie review

Jon Favreau has his moments. Sure. He’s won over Hollywood and Marvel, and made a lot of amazing friends along the way. He seems the quintessential action movie maker now. 455 more words

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POMPEII (2014) movie review

My ritual theater attendance has been hindered by life events and lack of interesting plots of late, so I offer a shredding of a recent rental: … 167 more words


Review: The Girl of Fire and Thorns - Rae Carson

eBook purchased by me.


Once a century, one person is chosen for greatness.
Elisa is the chosen one.

But she is also the younger of two princesses, the one who has never done anything remarkable.

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ARC Review: The Last Changeling - Chelsea Pitcher

eARC provided through NetGalley in exchange for fair review


Elora, the young princess of the Dark Faeries, plans to overthrow her tyrannical mother, the Dark Queen, and bring equality to faeriekind.

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Tomfoolery Sells Out Every Show. Encore Date Added!

Guys. Can you believe it?  Our little show, Tomfoolery, sold out Every Single Performance at Conor O’Neill’s this month. Every single one!  How thrilling!  We filled the restaurant.   303 more words

Roy Sexton (Reel Roy Reviews) reblogged this on Reel Roy Reviews and commented:

Another great night of Tomfoolery - sold out - and hardly any tix left for November 9! Thanks to Diane Hill, Naz Edwards, Rich Geary, Kelly Little, Jim Lynch, Melynee Weber, Nina and Bob Schwartz, Jason Ringholz for coming this week and to anyone I missed! I'm spent! Read more below...

The Johnson And Johnson Video Of The Day 10-3

Kids today really don’t appreciate toys from the 80s and 90s, but they also can’t handle the complexity that is a Skip-It.

The active toy isn’t made up with lights, apps for texting, or Facebook so it’s definitely a struggle for kids these days to wrap their minds around the simple creation. 104 more words


Review: The Midnight Queen - Sylvia Izzo Hunter

ebook purchased by me


In the hallowed halls of Oxford’s Merlin College, the most talented—and highest born—sons of the Kingdom of Britain are taught the intricacies of magickal theory.

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