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Name That Tune

Last Friday afternoon, a patron walked into my office and asked if I’m a rock music aficionado. Unsure if he wanted to ask a trivia question, sell me some vintage vinyl, or maybe start a Styx cover band, I tentatively answered that I’m not an aficionado, but I’m generally familiar with rock and/or roll. 672 more words

Benbrook Library

'Our time to dance!' 

Yes, a shameless quote from the iconic movie – Footloose. #iloveKevinBacon as well as an extract from Ecclesiastes.

Now I’m am not the most religious of people, I have my faith but I normally keep it to myself, and a lot of the time I rely on my own moral compass to steer me in the right direction. 336 more words

Review: Footloose

An 80s classic, this is one of my favorite movies. The soundtrack and the themes presented in “Footloose” are riveting, thought-provoking and simply marvelous. While I still believe the acting in the 80s as opposed to acting now differs quite a bit- I feel like there’s a different presentation of some emotions- I still feel like this cast handled some dramatic ideas with finesse and grace. 340 more words

Media Update 11/10/2016


Galavant

I had seen ads for this show when I first got into Once Upon a Time and since they were both on ABC I mistakenly thought they were connected further. 829 more words

Blogs

Footmoose

Whenever you read (or such) something here, feel free to understand that there’s a reasonable chance that I’m wearing these (or future versions of such), if that helps. 75 more words

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The Blob (1988)

This is that rare exception, the sequel that is often hailed as being better than the original.

Mind you, despite its popularity – and iconic status – the original version wasn’t one of the better films of the fifties Sci Fi boom.   277 more words

Movie Reviews

Saturday Songs #20: Holding Out for a Hero - Bonnie Tyler

I often talk about how the 1980s was the definitive decade for great movie soundtracks and Footloose is a prime example. The album gave us Kenny Loggins’ title track, Deniece Williams’ 399 more words

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