The Love Letter (1998) movie review

I’m pretty sure I’ve seen most of The Lake House, the 2006 film about time travelling letters that reunited Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock for the first time since Speed.  Before everyone was bored to tears by this star-studded romance through time, there was The Love Letter, a Hallmark TV movie that has nearly the same plot and rather than being stupid, it’s just kinda insane.  Read the rest of this entry

How to make an Emergency Paper Bowl 1.0, dry edition



It’s the how to guide you didn’t know you needed until you did:  how to make a paper bowl out of a paper plate that can only hold dry goods.  Read the rest of this entry

Will Reading – a movie in production by (update #8)


Here’s a taste of what you’re missing on our Facebook page.

We’re finally on the home stretch, the final leg, the end of principal photography on Will Reading.  I think the hardest bits are behind us and it should be relatively smooth sailing until we finally coast into the port for the final docking.  Boat metaphors.  Read the rest of this entry

Mad Max: Fury Road movie review


When I heard about Mad Max: Fury Road, I immediately went into my standard “Why does everything have to be a remake or a sequel, doesn’t anyone have any new ideas blah blah blah” diatribe. Then I caught wind of the movie’s shiny 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and thought, “OK, I’ll check that out at some point.”  But when I heard crazy people were calling the movie a “feminist conspiracy,” I knew I could delay no longer.   Read the rest of this entry

MOVIE TRAILER MANIA! Return to Sender, Barely Lethal, Trainwreck, Accidental Love, Youth

Today’s movie trailer mania has some melodrama, comedy, legitimate film.   Let’s have at it!

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“Single Ladies x Duck Tales” VS “Earl Sinclair performs Hypnotize by The Notorious B.I.G.”

I just came across the “Single Ladies x Duck Tales” and “Earl Sinclair performs Hypnotize by The Notorious B.I.G.” videos.  One is lazy click bait that your brain likes for some reason (unless you’re me) and the other is a masterful editing work of genius.  
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Our Week in Pictures


Guess what time it is?  The following answers are acceptable:

  1. Time to see the UNBELIEVABLE shenanigans two domestic thirtysomethings got up to this week in brilliant color photographs as captured by my phone
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MOVIE TRAILER MANIA! Point Break (remake), The Intern, Unexpected, Irrational Man

So many movies come out every year and I gotta be honest with ya; most of em look like the tightly coiled piles my dogs leave on the lawn.  Here’s my take on four new movie trailers. 
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Ranking the Top 5 Rides at EPCOT (and 9 others you should consider)


The Circle of Life is CLOSED.

A long while ago, I talked about WDWR’s best attractions, but now it’s time to get specific.  EPCOT is the proverbial red-headed step child to Walt Disney World Resort’s favorite son, the Magic Kingdom, but there is fun to be had at Every Person Comes Out Tired… especially if you’re over 21.  Today, I shall incur the wrath of Disney enthusiasts everywhere as I Rank the Top 5 Rides at EPCOT and mention 9 others you should consider while you’re at the park.  Let us begin!  Read the rest of this entry

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes movie review

Like the first installment of the rebooted franchise, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes features little in the way of surprises, but is generally superior to Rise without being especially remarkable. 
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Dead Again movie review

Dead Again is one of those movies that leaves it all out on the field.  It has excellent performances from Kenneth Branagh, Emma Thompson and Robin Williams (and, to a lesser extent,  Andy Garcia and Derek Jacobi).  I wouldn’t say it’s a great movie, and it certainly has some fresh ideas for the film noir mystery genre, but it comes up a bit short.  Read the rest of this entry

Starbucks + Duane Reade + My Butthole = Jade Helm 16


America is great because it’s always permissible to talk out of one’s butthole. But the thing is, the internet has turned a shout into an ear rattling ROAR that everyone can hear, even elected officials.  Yeah, Jade Helm 15 – it’s a thing. A real thing.  It’s a devious plan orchestrated buggy the White House to impose Marshall Law on American Citizens by the armed forces sworn to protect them, and just because they’re Republicans!  It’s TRUE!  So true!  The truest thing that’s ever been true!


With all this in mind, I bring you Jade Helm 16 – Marshall Law in New York City!  The facts don’t lie! 
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