Decades Blogathon — Labyrinth (1986)

Greetings, and welcome back around to another edition of the Decades Blogathon! It is my pleasure getting to co-host this great event with Three Rows Back -- a site if you are finding out about for the first time right now (or if it's been awhile . . .) you must absolutely drop by. Mark … Continue reading Decades Blogathon — Labyrinth (1986)

30-for-30: Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks

Release: Sunday, March 14, 2010 [Netflix] Directed by: Dan Klores When people talk about Reggie Miller, arguably the greatest to ever put on a Pacers uniform, they only seem to focus on two things: the New York Knicks and Knicks superfan Spike Lee. It's never about Indiana, the very state and legacy Miller's cold-blooded three-point shooting was designed … Continue reading 30-for-30: Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. the New York Knicks

Black Mass

Release: Friday, September 18, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Mark Mallouk; Jez Butterworth Directed by: Scott Cooper In Scott Cooper's third film, Johnny Depp is one bad man. How bad? Bad enough to make the stench of his Charlie Mortdecai finally drift away, sure. But now another question is bugging me: what does he do after this? How long … Continue reading Black Mass

Decades Blogathon – Back To The Future (1985)

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So here we are; the final day of what has been being a fantastic Decades Blogathon. Thank you to everyone who took the time to help make this such a great event, but thanks most of all to the one and only Tom from Digital Shortbread. Tom has been the perfect blogathon compatriot and I hope to be able to run another one with him again soon. The Decades Blogathon focuses on movies that were released in the fifth year of the decade and this one is written by yours truly. Thanks again and see you next time!

For a film in which time plays such a central theme, there’s something magically timeless to Robert Zemeckis’ almost perfect summer blockbuster.

Great movies have the power to transcend the movie theatres in which they were projected and instead become a cultural anchor that can help to define not only a time…

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