Monthly Archives: January 2013

Ten Thoughts on Zero Dark Thirty

Katheryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty was finally released nationwide today. I finally got to see it and I would say it was a good movie but it was not what I had anticipated. It’s kind of hard to explain but … Continue reading

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Ten Thoughts on Django Unchained

Just watched Quentin Taratino’s new film, Django Unchained (the D is silent) today. I don’t even know where to begin so here are my ten thoughts on Django Unchained for better or worse: 1. I’ve seen just about all of … Continue reading

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Obamacare and Its Unintended Consequences

This isn’t a very contemplative article. More of an observation. Forgive me for stating the obvious but Obamacare seems to be generating what we all like to call unintended consequences.  Everywhere I read online  in a news report, some business … Continue reading

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TV: L.A. Noir

Recently read that Frank Darabont is starting another TV show on TNT called L.A. Noir. Just to share a little background, I love another show of his – The Walking Dead on AMC. But Darabont’s no longer there, in fact, it’s … Continue reading

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Ten Thoughts on The Hurt Locker

I finally watched The Hurt Locker, a 2008 film directed by Katheryn Bigelow and written by Mark Boal. My interest in watching it is mostly due to my anticipation of Zero Dark Thirty. The Hurt Locker has almost universal acclaim … Continue reading

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