Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Magical World Of Disney #47: Lilo & Stitch

Atlantis: The Lost Empire was seen as somewhat of a financial failure for Disney when it was released in a time when 2D animated films were starting to lose their muster at the box office and it seemed like there

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Talking Simpsons #375: ‘Scuse Me While I Miss The Sky

‘Scuse Me While I Miss The Sky, the 16th episode of season 14 and the 307th episode, was first broadcasted on March 30, 2003 with a script by Dan Greaney & Allen Glazier and directed by Steven Dean Moore. A

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TATM: Talkin’ About The Movies #227: Jason Bourne

JASON BOURNE *** Synopsis: The most dangerous former operative of the CIA is drawn out of hiding to uncover hidden truths about his past. Review: As we’ve looked at over the last week, the Bourne movies were definitely at their

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Talking Simpsons #374: C.E.D’oh

C.E.D’oh, the 15th episode of season 14 and the 306th overall, was first broadcasted on March 16, 2003 with a script by Dana Gould and directed by Mike B. Anderson. Homer decides to try for a promotion at Springfield Nuclear

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Do You Remember? #46: Winning Lines

I know what you’re thinking, Winning Lines? What the hell was that? That was a thing? Well, yes, it was a thing….it was a short lived thing but a thing nonetheless. This is Winning Lines: By the way, does this

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The Bourne Marathon: The Bourne Legacy

Let’s wrap up The Bourne Marathon on a sour note with The Bourne Legacy: Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner), a new hero, experiences life-or-death stakes that have been triggered by previous events and needs the assistance of a doctor (Rachel Weisz)

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Talking Simpsons #373: Mr. Spitz Goes To Washington

Mr. Spitz Goes To Washington, the 14th episode of season 14 and the 305th overall, was first broadcasted on March 9, 2003 with a script by John Swartzwelder and directed by Lance Kramer. An air traffic route is redirected so

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