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Robocop (1987) Review

They don’t make movies like Robocop anymore. They tried and failed to capture the classic, original magic of the 1987 film and after watching the debut of Robocop, you can see why. 578 more words


The (Un)necessary Remake Dept. - Fame

Fame (1980)

Generally speaking, for me watching a musical is like going to the dentist:  I just know at some point it’s going to hurt.  I may not know when, or in some instances even how, but pain is pretty much a given. 300 more words


ER Made Its Debut 20 Years Ago Today - See The Cast Then And Now

ER is still one of my favorite shows of all time.

It debuted on September 19, 1994 – 20 years ago today, and went on to become one of the most honored series of all time, a great cast of actors over its 15 year run. 74 more words


The Pages

I participated in a storytelling show on Monday, Spark Off Rose.  It was a piece that I had been writing for about three months.  There were several drafts and I had regular meetings with this particular show’s lead producer, Janet Blake, who is also a friend of mine.   428 more words

Darwin foraged for succulents, and I cranked up the music. A perfect weekend!

I hope you enjoyed a breathing lighter kind of weekend.

We enjoyed a slower pace and I relished being home for much of the time. 694 more words


I Can Catch the Moon in My Hand

Just a few minutes ago, I finished watching a French movie called Beau Travail that I’d dvr’d on Turner Classic Movies, it is a movie about, wait, never mind, there is no need for me to tell you what the movie is about, there is no reason for you to watch it. 568 more words