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Posted on 02/04/2019 in misc • Tagged with Movies

Frye promo poster

We watched the Netflix produced Fyre Fest documentary over the weekend. I remember the blow up on the social media when guests started posting pictures of the grounds and accommodations as they arrived. I had zero awareness of the event prior to the social media explosion in 2017 when it …

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Roman Holiday

Posted on 12/27/2018 in misc • Tagged with Movies

Roman Holiday Poster

Audrey Hepburn is beautiful, charming, vulnerable, regal, and funny; all at the same time as the Princess of an unnamed European Country that slips out of the embassy for a Ferris Bueller style day off in Rome. It's no wonder she won an Oscar for this role. Gregory Peck is …

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Sunderland Till I Die

Posted on 12/24/2018 in misc • Tagged with Movies

Sunderland Till I Die is a Netflix original series that in 8 episodes follows the Sunderland Football Club through the 2017-2018 season. It was their first season in The Championship after being relegated out of the Premier League. The club's goal was to document their triumphant return to the Premier …

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Holiday Affair

Posted on 12/23/2018 in misc • Tagged with Movies

Sportswriter Craig Calcaterra mentioned on Twitter this week that Holiday Affair is an overlooked holiday movie classic. I had never heard of it so I added it to my Roku watch list, and last night we watched it.

Short review - I'll be paying more attention to Craig's movie recommendations.

Set …

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Bohemian Rhapsody

Posted on 12/10/2018 in misc • Tagged with Movies

One word review: Meh

Short review: Better song than a movie

It's not a bad movie. I think most people that spend $12 a ticket on it will leave the theater satisfied. Rami Malek should get an Oscar nod for his portayal of Freddie Mercury. But ultimately the movie left …

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Won't You Be My Neighbor

Posted on 09/03/2018 in misc • Tagged with Movies, TV

Photo of Mr. Rogers

We went to the Fred Rogers bio-documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor last night, and it exceeded my expectations in every way.

We saw it at the amazing Byrd Theater, a silent era movie palace that hasn't changed a whole lot since it was originally opened in the 1920s. That …

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