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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Quick thoughts on the first two episodes of Gotham (TV Review)

The first two episodes of Gotham have given me a feel for the show as it is and where it can go from here. So far… I’m on the fence.
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In My Day, Family Guy Was Funny (MEME)

I’m just sayin’ – the best Family Guy episode I’ve ever seen is "Mr. Saturday Knight," and that’s from 2001.

The Maelstrom is Closing to Make Way for Frozen Ride

“You are not the first to pass this way – but, you will be the last.”

EPCOT’s mini log flume ride The Maelstrom is closing on October 5, 2014, to make way for a Frozen themed attraction. Thus, another educational attraction at EPCOT bites the dust. Read the rest of this entry

Thoughts on Game of Thrones, episode 9, season 2

Episode 9 is described as the penultimate episode of season 2 and "Blackwater" certainly lives up to that billing. This is probably the biggest episode of Game of Thrones up to this point – all the potential, finally realized. It’s glorious! Read the rest of this entry

Halloween and Christmas decorations for sale in September

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Dude… just… dude, come on.  Yesterday was the first day of fall. Give me a break with the Halloween and Christmas decorations.  Oh, and if you look carefully, you’ll see a Thanksgiving decoration on the top shelf. This is an assault on sanity. Where’s that lady when you need her?

Meg Ryan Can’t Stop Singing in Movies

Is it just me, or does Meg Ryan sing in a disproportionate amount of her roles than one would assume? That lady likes to sing! I feel like she has a contract rider that encourages the production team to try to work some singing for her. I bet it read something like, “Ms. Ryan shall be featured as a vocalist for no fewer than four measures…” or something like that!

“Jingle Bells” from Sleepless in Seattle
This is obviously not the most inspiring singing performance, but once she gets passed the “horses” bit, she lays it on fairly thick.
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The LEGO Movie (movie review)

Like all art, opinions on The LEGO Movie are entirely subjective. The thing is, almost everyone seems to think it’s a great movie while there are few detractors. Rhett Bartlett (Dial M for Movies) called it "one of the great film disappointments of this decade." That’s going too far for me – my opinion falls closer to the middle of the spectrum. Read the rest of this entry

Thoughts on Game of Thrones, episode 8, season 2

I feel that I should, at least in part, rap a sentiment portrayed by Game of Thrones, Season 2, Episode 8. Lay down a beat, yo.

Ahem:

His name is Theon and he’s here to say, he likes being Prince of Winterfell in a major way!

For some reason, I feel that this sort of archaic rapping suits Theon perfectly. Read the rest of this entry

Sunday Cat Blog

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Somehow, I feel like a cat being upside down on the dog bed is just inspiring the dogs to riot.

Saturday Dog Blog

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Maggie was all, “I’m your faithful companion and I’m in it till the end. Let’s fix these shelves…  Oh, still not done, huh?  Ok, goodnight.”

Will Reading – a movie in production by CreativeJamie.com (update #5)

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Production/Principal Photography/Whatever You Wanna Call It is in full swing on Will Reading.  Above, we’re just about to shoot the pivotal bar scene.  All movies should have a pivotal bar scene (Good Will Hunting) – or at least a memorable one (Gremlins).   Read the rest of this entry

The Ice Bucket Challenge that never was

I had every intention of doing an Ice Bucket Challenge video, but at the time, I was in neck deep in making a movie… and I still am. But, I did write a script, I started putting together a shot list and story boards… time just didn’t allow for me to execute. So, here’s my Ice Bucket Challenge, in written form. Read the rest of this entry

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