Monthly Archives: August 2016

Movies In My Collection #155: Back To The Future Retrospective, Part 1

Most recently, I got the chance to experience Back To The Future on the big screen for the second time in my lifetime, only this time with a live orchestra and new music by Alan Silvestri and I gotta be

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My Take On… #203: Summer 2016 Movies In Review

It’s that time of the year again, I made predictions for the summer movie season’s biggest releases earlier in April and now it’s time to see what the results were. Just like last year, we’re taking a look to see how

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The Music Room #22: Musical Spotlight #1: Michael Jackson

Time to FINALLY introduce a new segment in the tradition of the Actors’ Spotlight posts called Musical Spotlight. Basically, we’re gonna do the same thing we did with Actors’ Spotlight, highlight the best and worst songs for each musician. For

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Best Of The Week #147

This is it, the last Best Of The Week post before we transition over to the new Weekly Address next Monday. SCHEDULED TOPICS FOR THE REVIEWING NETWORK POSTINGS THIS WEEK My Take On… — Summer 2016 Movies In Review Movies

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The Magical World Of Disney #51: Chicken Little

When Home On The Range was a financial and critical failure for Disney, it was part of the final nail in the coffin at the time for Disney’s long running animation department. Home On The Range failing was the equivalent

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Talking Simpsons #387: ‘Tis The Fifteenth Season

‘Tis The Fifteenth Season is the 320th episode of the series and the 7th of season 15, this is also the seventh Christmas themed episode of the series, first broadcasted on December 14, 2003 with a script by Michael Price

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Talking Simpsons #386: Today I Am A Clown

Today I Am A Clown is the 5th episode of season 15 and the 319th episode, first broadcasted on December 7, 2003 with a script by Joel H. Cohen and directed by Nancy Kruse. Krusty discovers that he never had a

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