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Love the sound of his voice

There is something about someone voice that can make you go gaga, unf, whoa or whatever word you prefer. It’s difficult to write a sound… 747 more words

Writing Challenges

Jason Momoa in a dystopian thriller? Count me alllllllll the way in

I came across this jewel of a trailer and needless to say I was extremely titillated. The moody, Refn-like trailer showcased the ever-beefy, bespectacled, former Game of Throner stepping into a Mad Max-esque landscape complete with a Keanu Reeves villain with a bad cop-stache and my forever beloved Giovanni Ribisi.  112 more words


Now Casting - Summer of 67

After each movie I always say that’s it. No more movies. And I mean it.  I honestly thought Providence was our last movie. It screened in AMC theaters in L.A., Times Square, and my hometown of Destin, Florida. 276 more words

Focus On Films

5 Selected - Peter Weller

 01.Robocop (1987)

One of the best action sci-fi movies of all time, and starring the unusual Weller, not someone you’d assume as being an action hero, he is lucky to outsmart the bullet (pun intended) and become one of the greatest robotic antihero’s and part time scumbag (explanation coming). 571 more words


Out of sight, out of mind

Out of sight, out of mind

Get rid of temptation they say

Out of sight, out of mind

But every time I think I’m over it, you pull me back in… 104 more words

Writing Challenges

Spotlight: Jake Gyllenhaal

Last month saw the trailer release of Daniel Episona’s 2017 film Life, starring Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal. Judging by the teasers’ grand blockbuster aesthetic, this picture promises epic space melodrama, in the vein of Ridley Scott’s most recent contribution to the canon in his 2015 The Martian. 239 more words


What do we mean when we say we hate Gwyneth Paltrow? When I write “we”, I mean me and the people behind the five million hits I got when I googled the words “hate Gwyneth Paltrow,” of which only a few were articles like this one, asking why everyone hates her. 1,189 more words