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Outlander Season One

2016.60: Outlander Season One (Amazon VOD)

Outlander eventually becomes more than what you’d expect from its first few episodes. Indeed, I dare say many people (well, men, anyway) will have watched the first half-dozen episodes and had quite enough of it, thinking its just a feminist take on… 612 more words


The Higher The Building, The Lower The Morals

The Wallace Monument is a glorious 1869 architecture piece perched atop Abbey Craig near Stirling, Scotland, commemorating the life of one William Wallace, he of the blue faced Mel Gibson Braveheart war cries that represent such a fictionalization of what actually happened that our historian bus driver Dave represents the conflicted national pride the locals have of that movie: great for tourism and we love our Will; bummer Mel painted an elaborate deception that confuses the world about what really happened.   60 more words


Seattle Cinema Survey -Historical Epics

Another week and another remake is upon us at the Seattle Cinema Survey. It is as it ever was.

So on this edition of that regular bothering of local writers and critics, with Ben-Hur hitting theatres in a new slab of paint and effects, I asked; … 828 more words

My Blu-Ray Collection - Braveheart

Braveheart (1995)

Director – Mel Gibson

Stars – Mel Gibson, Sophie Marceau, Catherine McCormack and Mhairi Calvery

He may be crazy, you may not like him but damn it Mel Gibson is an awesome filmmaker. 95 more words


Braveheart Pops Coming Soon

Braveheart Glam shot

Looks like Braveheart pops will be coming soon.


Unalienable Rights

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are… 1,585 more words

We Should Be Excited About Olympic Games and Support India

Lets be more supportive by knowing more, watching team India, encouraging them and sharing their struggle.

I read how pseudo celebrity, Shobha De belittled those who have worked so hard and reached the most coveted competition, ‘Olympic Games’. 421 more words