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Captin America:Civil War Review

Marvel’s Captin America: Civil War wasn’t as good as I thought it could be. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and starring Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr, the movie felt like an Avengers reject project with the exception of Ironman’s storyline. 207 more words

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Patiently, I’ll endeavor
to harvest the magic
hidden in the shade

that cools the earth
beneath the buttercups,
sparks among the clover

that carpets the knoll… 16 more words


Norman Reedus at The Montclair Film Festival

Norman Reedus, star of AMC’S hit zombie apocalypse show, The Walking Dead, graced fans this past weekend with a live Q and A session at the Montclair Film Festival. 312 more words

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The Tower of Joy

Much ado on the internet about The Tower of Joy sequence from last night’s episode of Game of Thrones. I found it well done, save for the absence of Dawn, but it fell far short of the source material. 571 more words

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Book talk. The Craft Cycle by Max Gladstone

This is what I get for not really keeping up with book news … I just saw (in a post from last September =_=) that the fifth book of Max Gladstone’s Craft Cycle will be about … Tara! 241 more words


Quiet - National Poetry Month - Day 20

This from the blog Poetic Asides.

“For today’s prompt, write a poem of what goes unsaid. Maybe it’s unrequited love, a hidden contempt, spoiler to the most recent TV show or blockbuster movie. 101 more words


Five Fascinating Facts about George R. R. Martin

Interesting George R. R. Martin trivia

1. Contrary to popular belief, George R. R. Martin’s middle initials are not a homage to J. R. R. Tolkien. 457 more words