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Why 'Everybody Loves Raymond' (1996-2005)...

I recently wrote about my affections for the sitcom television show and pop culture phenomenon that is The Big Bang Theory (2007-present), a show I feel is both overrated and underappreciated by different audiences. 1,519 more words

Comedy

Are You a Victim (or a Perpetrator) of Covert Incest?

“Covert incest, also known as emotional incest (and sometimes as psychic incest), is the surreptitious, indirect, sexualized emotional use/abuse of a child by a parent, step-parent, or any other long-term caregiver.” 509 more words

Bevill And Associates

Survey Shows Why Parents Should Keep Smartphones Out of the Bedroom

Parents have dreams for their children.

The parents I know constantly ask God to guide and protect them, to make their children the saints they’re called to be! 901 more words

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Taxi Driver (1976)

Director: Martin Scorsese

Writer: Paul Schrader (Screenplay)

Starring: Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd, Harvey Keitel, Albert Brooks, Peter Boyle

 

Plot: A mentally unstable Vietnam War veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for violent action, while attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process. 488 more words

Drama

Dirty Boulevard: George C. Scott in HARDCORE (Columbia 1979)

Cracked Rear Viewer: “Back in the day….”

Dear Readers: (groaning) “There he goes again. Another history lesson!”

CRV: “B-but it’s important to put things in their proper historical context!” 1,152 more words

Cracked Rear Viewer

Dirty Boulevard: George C. Scott in HARDCORE (Columbia 1979)

Cracked Rear Viewer: “Back in the day….”

Dear Readers: (groaning) “There he goes again. Another history lesson!”

CRV: “B-but it’s important to put things in their proper historical context!” 1,152 more words

Cracked Rear Viewer

47 Great Movie Moments #34 - Young Frankenstein

And we continue with this series of 47 moments in film that I love. (Why 47?).  For #34, I thought I’d begin run of comedy moments, as opposed to the dramatic ones that most of my posts have been about. 522 more words

Movies