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Story Evaluation Assignment

1985’s Witness is remarkable in multiple ways. It was the first of Australian director Peter Weir’s American-made films,  and it won Harrison Ford his first, and currently only, Oscar nomination. 967 more words


Review: Stake Land (2010)

“They’re dead! There’s nothing to be done about it but kill that thing.”
– Mister

SYNOPSIS: Martin was a normal teenage boy before the country collapsed in an empty pit of economic and political disaster. 535 more words


Too much to see: A critical review of "Witness" (1985)

It’s all about driving those numbers toward the blog, right? And you utilize SEOs and buzzwords and hot and topical topics. So I thought, why not write something about an eclipse? 697 more words


i was inverted

The sequel to Top Gun (1986) will be released in 2019 on my birthday. I saw the original with a bunch of highschool friends, so it will be a trip down nostalgia alley; minus the friends  :(  Anyway, the original made me, naive country boy, dislike Cruise because I figured you can’t play an asshole without being an asshole, and I’d had my fill of assholes by then; but that’s ‘acting’ innit, and Cruise has since redeemed himself. 601 more words

Random Thoughts

July 9: Happy Birthday Kelly McGillis and Chris Cooper

As we begin the second year of the birthday article series, it is appropriate that one of our headliners is a WTHH subject.  The other is one of the greatest character actors of our time. 1,383 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Ep. 4: Top Gun


This week we recast the 1980’s Aerial Combat classic, Top Gun. Now I don’t remember if I mentioned it in the pod, but for how many times I’ve seen this movie, I don’t think I’d ever seen it all the way through in one sitting. 295 more words