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“the ides of march” film review

This is, or maybe was, a pretty good example of an “Oscar bait” film. In case you never heard of that term, it’s a film that has grade A acting, directing, writing, etc. It pretty much has to make critics

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“horrible bosses” film review

I wanted to start this review by stating plans or the possibility of this film having a sequel. But I’ll get to that later. Honestly, I don’t have a problem with Hollywood wanting to follow up a hit money maker if

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“moon” film review

I personally feel this is a hidden gem of a film. I only know of a few people who have seen this film, and those that have seen it, really love it. The blame game as to who’s at fault

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  • episode 9 - 2014 called… October 8, 2015
    For the purpose of not forgetting music we used to listen to last year, Sterling lists his top 20 favorite albums of 2014 without the help of Spotify. (His hacked account was restored by the time this episode was published.)  Please visit our unofficial sponsor for international snacks sent to your door! It is indoob approved. […]
  • episode 8 - salads, spiders and sense8 September 24, 2015
    Sterling returns from an extended stay to battle new cashiers at Burger King and spiders on his microphone. Later, a quick review of favorite Netflix shows of 2015 and an in depth spoliery filled chat about Sense8 with returning guest Kortney Hinton. Visit Kortney’s newest venture at and them indoob sent you!
  • episode 7 - friends of faith (with The Faith Life Podcast) August 18, 2015
    In this special episode, Sterling joins forces with fellow podcaster Min. Damon Gibbs of The Faith Life and chats with Keshia Tigner praise mime and founder of Stir Up the Gift Arts Academy.  Visit: to learn more about SGAA Subscribe to The Faith Life on PodBean and iTunes.

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