Rereview of the blockbuster Gladiator
We are currently suffering from a drought of good sports star nicknames. Between the first name initial + first surname syllable epidemic (D Wade, A Rod(s), etc.) and the even more detestable both initials with the possibility of the number (RG3, CP3 er um 4, etc.) there’s not much good naming out there. The only […]
This, being a postviewous review, means that it is either A) a movie that is no longer in the theaters but is being watched for the first time by the reviewer; B) a movie that was seen by the reviewer in the theater but was then revisited soon after it was released on DVD/Blu-ray; or […]
Baggs and Eugene, coming fresh from squeezing any juice from the BCS Chapmionship game, discuss that as well as the NFL Wild Card Playoff Round and the quality of play in the NBA season, so far.
While talking about how the selection of bad guys made the first three Indiana Jones movies better than the fourth: “Nazis make everything better… Except the real world that is.”
I don’t like fantasy playoffs. It probably has nothing to do with “fairness” and everything to do with my lack of success in them.1 Maybe it’s also a product of being an American sports fan. All of our major professional sports emphasize post-season championships at the sacrifice of regular-season success. No one cares how many […]
Nothing is more pleasant than being greeted by councilman Tommy Carcetti – otherwise known as Aidan Gillen to those of you who have not yet enjoyed the famous HBO series “The Wire” – at the beginning of the preview for a movie that does not come out until July 2012 AND happens to be the sequel to the greatest comic book film of all time (quite a mouthful eh?). In any case, Mr. Carcetti is a long way from Baltimore as we see him anxiously waiting in front of a private jet in the middle of nowhere.