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Movie of the week #17

The Dirty Dozen (1967)

Directed by Robert Aldrich

Written by Lukas Heller, Nunnally Johnson

Starring: Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronsan, Jim Brown, John Cassavettes, George Kennedy, Telly Savalas & Donal Sutherland. 73 more words


Tooth-point conversion?

By Alison Majikes / Special to TheDailyFloss.com

Retired football players gain a new line of defense.

Though they might have a decreased risk of their teeth getting knocked out now that they’re off the grid,  former pro football players are receiving an excellent addition to their benefit package. 128 more words


Browns Unveil 9 Different Uniform Combinations Balancing History With The Future

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – After 2 years of hype, suspense and painstaking design work the Browns unveiled their new look Tuesday night in downtown Cleveland. 872 more words


'One Night In Miami' Examines History In Moment In Time

DENVER (CBS4)– The new play by Kemp Powers, One Night in Miami, takes a real moment in time to look at how four men describe what it means to be black in America. 229 more words


The Running Man (1987) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

The Running Man (1987) Directed by Paul Michael Glaser. With Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Conchita Alonso, Richard Dawson, Yaphet Kotto, Jim Brown and Jesse Ventura.

Loosely based on a 1982 Stephen King novel and directed by Paul Michael Glaser, … 387 more words

Film Reviews

JP Presser: My top 5 NFL players of all time

NFL football is the essence of all things American. As fans, we love the sport because we have our loyalty dedicated to a favorite team. Inevitably by following our team we fall in love with that one player that captivates us and keeps us compelled to watch their every move. 1,426 more words

Jarrett Payton's Postgame Presser

The (inaugural) Southern movie of the month

“. . . tick . . . tick . . . tick,” released in 1970, tells the unlikely story of a small Southern town whose long-time white sheriff, played by George Kennedy, has been voted out of the office by newly enfranchised blacks. 509 more words

The Deep South