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Pollock Letter Holder

This old wooden boring letter holder was upcycled to a better version with latex house paints. (How could the addition of color fail to improve any item?) I painted this years ago after watching the Ed Harris movie “Pollock” (2000) and was really into Jackson Pollock. 50 more words

Art

"Run All Night" (2015)

Overall Grade (7.5/10)

A well written crime-thriller with plenty of action and the always capable Liam Neeson toning down the skill-set just a tad for the sake of portraying a character who has weaknesses.  480 more words

2015

Movie Recommendations: #27

The Rock(1996)

Director:Michael Bay

Starring:Nicolas Cage,Sean Connery,Ed Harris.

The Rock is a fantastic action film,directed by Michael Bay way before he brought the widely criticized Transformers series to the big screen. 132 more words

Movies

A History of Violence

Tom Stall (Viggo Mortensen) is not who he says he is and it makes for a very intense movie. My first exposure to the actor/ director team of Viggo Mortensen and David Cronenberg was their very awesome/ super taught crime thriller  577 more words

Film

Amazon Update No. 11: "That's What I Am"

The title of this movie originates in a conversation between a junior high school teacher, Mr. Simon, and a student, Andy Nichols, who is long on caution and short on self-confidence. 422 more words

Movies

House of Beal

In earlier posts, mediateacher.net has shared profiles of such classic composers as Henry Mancini and contemporary masters like Cliff Martinez.  One of the most interesting current examples of an extremely successful and acclaimed musician and composer making the transition to scoring music for television and film is Emmy Award winner Jeff Beal.   308 more words

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More Liam Neeson Violence - Run All Night (2015)

More Neeson action crime.  So this is about hitman Jimmy Conlon (Liam Neeson) on a very eventful night.  He kills his accomplice/best friend’s son to prevent him from taking out his own estranged son (Joel Kinnaman).  407 more words

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