Monthly Archives: April 2015

Theme: 70’s; Week: May 1-6/15

  The 70’s are my childhood. I remember seeing a Pierre Trudeau puppet on Canada AM, listening to “Rhinestone Cowboy” on the radio, playing on a friend’s Spirograph and wearing really ugly argyle socks. It was years later that I’d watch … Continue reading

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To think I did all that… and may I say, not in a shy way

  Ever sit and wonder about what you’ve been able to achieve in life so far? Sometimes it’s an invigorating experience, sometimes it’s a depressing experience. Often when I read about a hero of mine or watch a documentary on … Continue reading

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Theme: John Cazale; Week: Apr 24-30/15

You may have never heard of this man, but he has a very unique distinction. One that I don’t believe will ever be duplicated. Because he tragically died from lung cancer at the young age of 42 he has only starred in five … Continue reading

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Remember the Tolerance

I wasn’t sure I wanted to write about this subject. Mostly because sometimes I give the impression that I’m trying to shake a hornets nest. Au contraire, I’ve always been annoyed with argumentative rebels, especially the self-professed kind. But I … Continue reading

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Theme: The Greatest Movies You Didn’t Know Were Disney; Week: Apr 17-23/15

1. Remember the Titans (2000) 2. The Odd Life of Timothy Green (2012) 3. Miracle (2004)  

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Alien vs Dracula!

Who would win a war between an army of aliens and an army of vampires? I can tell you who. Here is the breakdown: On the one hand, vampires can kill without use of weapons and rather quickly. They can … Continue reading

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Theme: the 80’s; Week: Apr 10-16/15

If you weren’t around in the 80’s you just don’t understand.  80s Here are three movies that were made in the 80’s and that I watched in the 80’s. Which will be this week’s movie?  80s 1. The Lost Boys (1987; … Continue reading

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