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Limitless - A Review

“delusions of grandeur…I have an actually recipe for grandeur”

I bet this movie felt like one big long Hangover for Bradley Cooper…shit joke alert. I’m starting early this time. 1,759 more words


Roger Ebert Film School, Lesson 31: GoodFellas (1990)

Roger Ebert Film School is a recurring feature in which Brandon attempts to watch & review all 200+ movies referenced in the print & film versions of Roger Ebert’s (auto)biography… 1,527 more words

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Where Pies - And Dale Cooper - Go When They Die: Homeward Bound, Part 11

Before we get started with the usual, let me just have a quick moment to bask, and then sorrow, in the fact that Bobby and Shelly got together…and now she’s dating another drug dealer. 2,213 more words

Theories & Analysis

A Look Back: Silver Linings Playbook

After his last two movies – “Hit and Run,” and “The Words,” didn’t shine at the box office,  Bradley Cooper probably had his fingers crossed that “Silver Linings Playbook,” which came out later in that year, would prove true the adage that the third time is the charm. 413 more words

Movie Reviews


During the Prohibition era, my grandfather was a young assistant DA for the city of Easton, PA, a sin city that specialized in prostitution, but was connected to all kinds of organized crime. 982 more words


Hey Robert, Check This Out

This amazing image is an oil painting by young Scottish artist Natalie Smyth. I couldn’t stop looking at it – found it hard to believe that it wasn’t a photograph. Talented to the nth degree.


The Wizard of Lies Review

The Wizard of Lies directed by Barry Levinson is based true events surrounding the discovery of Bernie Madoff’s (De Niro) Ponzi scheme that defrauded his clients of well over $40 billion. 401 more words