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The Sum Of All Fears

Starring: Ben Affleck, Morgan Freeman, Bridget Moynihan, Liev Schreiber, James Cromwell, Ciaran Hinds, Colm Feore, Philip Baker Hall, Bruce McGill, Ron Rifkin
Directed By: Phil Alden Robinson…
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Local Blue Blood Hits The Silver Screen

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – There’s a “Blue Blood” from South Florida and her name is Sami Gayle.

Every Friday night on the hit drama Blue Bloods, Gayle plays Nicki Reagan Boyle the granddaughter of Frank Reagan played by Tom Selleck. 318 more words

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More Interesting Storylines if the Giants Win the Super Bowl

Disclaimer: I am originally from New York, grew up in New Jersey and I am rooting hard for the Giants in this Super Bowl.

I was thinking about the big game coming up, which is a rematch from 4 years ago when we had that spectacular Super Bowl game out here in Arizona. 296 more words

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REVIEW: Battle: Los Angeles

Battle: Los Angeles” may be the worst Michael Bay movie not made by Michael Bay.  And regardless of who directs a stereotypical “Michael Bay movie,” you should probably know that my recommendation for that movie can be summed up in one word: … 178 more words

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"SHE WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO ASKED" AN ESSAY ON SPORTS' GREATEST LOVE

We should hang out sometime.

Five words changed the course of Boston social history.  Cripplingly shy growing up, Pats QB Tom Brady still hadn’t totally shaken the crimson mumblies after being catapulted to stardom.   452 more words

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Battle: Los Angeles (2011) Review

This is one of those movies that comes with preconceived opinions, not because of any personal biases against actors or filmmakers by me, but because of the overwhelmingly negative reviews that accompanied its release. 1,142 more words

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Battle: Los Angeles: This Battle Isn't Just A Loss-- It's A Massacre

I hated everything about this movie. It’s a joyless, cheap-looking, illogical, and manipulative picture. I’m struggling to find literally one single thing that I could say is worthwhile in this film. 1,413 more words

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