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“x-men: days of future past” film review

While I did attend the global premiere in New York back on May 10th, this review will only be limited to my opinion of the film and not the experience (or “x-perience” as it was promoted) of that event.  That

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“the amazing spider-man 2” film review

Is it okay to use part of a movie to describe the movie? I found The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (TASM2) to be quite amazing. I went with the right crowd early Thursday evening: my eldest niece and nephew, and a theater

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“think like a man” film review [video]

I’ve been either really busy or really lazy, but this video should have been posted moments after my review for The Avengers was posted. But nevertheless, here are my thought’s on the romantic comedy that probably isn’t in theaters anymore, or

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“the artist” film review

It was my intention to write this review before the Academy Awards aired on Sunday night. I decided to run out to a theater still playing what was later awarded Best Picture of 2011 late Saturday afternoon, and to my

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“conan o’brien can’t stop” film review

I’ve always considered myself a Conan O’Brien fan, even though it took me a while to admit it. I mean way back when he hosted Late Night, and I found myself watching his goofy antics while I suffered from insomnia.

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“waiting for superman” film review/reflection

This is one of those must-see, important documentaries that I feel a lot of people need to see. Maybe not necessarily everyone on the planet, but probably most American parents, educators, kids and those who are concerned about education. I

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“x-men: first class” film review (tiny spoiler edition)

Out of all the summer/superhero movies I’ve seen so far (as of now, four), this might be my favorite. But again, that’s so far. This has been one of the more satisfying of all the X-Men movies so far too.

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“happythankyoumoreplease” film review

I really wanted to write this review right after I saw it. I saw a trailer months ago and was excited to see it because I’m a fan of Ted from How I Met Your Mother and I support pretty

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“the big kahuna” film review

I watched this movie on a whim. I couldn’t remember who or why this movie felt suggested to me, but since there was a curiosity, I decided to check it out. I’m glad that I did. I feel like this

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“the king’s speech” film review

The King’s Speech is a pun. Well, the title is a pun. It’s all about how King George VI came to be in power and how he’s had to deal with his embarrassing speech impediment. All of this being based on a very

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  • 150. it sets itself up July 7, 2021
    WE MADE IT TO 150! And we're taking a break! Sterling and Kortney take time to discuss the latest Fast and Furious movie, F9, and how it rates compared to the others in the franchise thus far. There aren't spoilers if you've seen the trailers. Later, Sterling talks about the people who talk to him at work about aliens. The big topic is the big […]
  • 149. the beard of your heart June 23, 2021
    It's a joyous holiday season as an ailing Sterling celebrates his official first Father's Day and Juneteenth by hanging out at Virtuous Con and the fascinating panels he attended. A quick trip into a black hole storm (very brief due to a tech-heavy read) followed by the confirmation of UAPs (or as we know them, UFOs, but also a heavy read) and the […]
  • 148. millenial checkmate June 11, 2021
    DISCLAIMER: This, unfortunately, is another episode with audio issues particularly in the latter half of the show. We apologize for the inconvenience if you have trouble hearing/understanding.  In this episode, Sterling learned that he's not as young as he used to be and the importance of stretching. Another Word Watch article about obscure punctuation […]