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Yes, I did get up at 6:30 in the morning to go to the movies. Circumstances gave us a movie day on the opening day of The Last Jedi, the newest entry in the perpetually ongoing Star Wars series and … Continue reading
Ten Things To Do After You Put the Turkey In the Oven on Thanksgiving Day: 1) Sharpen all the knives. Not just the carving knives, but the little knives and the choppers as well. You have the sharpening gear out … Continue reading
Went to see Thor: Ragnarok, the latest outing in the seemingly endless series we call the Marvel Cinematic Universe, last Friday at a theater that was not the Cinemark. (This reminded me why I prefer to see my movies at … Continue reading
King Sheild! The superhero who doesn’t know how to spell! This was a late night drawing, and yes, the misspelled title is the original one. I debated for a while after I made the scan, and decided I “ought” to … Continue reading
My moviegoing companion told me, at the end of Atomic Blonde, that he was expecting an action movie in the James Bond vein, and was surprised by receiving a Cold War spy thriller instead. This is as good a description … Continue reading
This blog was deeply saddened last night to hear of the passing of Martin Landau, that most elegant of genre (and non genre) actors. And this blogger is not ashamed to admit that she had a long term crush on … Continue reading
Number fourteen of the fifty sketchbook superheroes is The Swordswoman. It’s a simple name, but she’s a pretty direct young woman. She has a powerful sword and she knows how to use it, and the old fashioned word “swordswoman” sounds … Continue reading
It is, as they say, an ill wind that blows no one any good. A broken tooth and an emergency dental appointment can lead to a free afternoon and an unexpected trip to the old Cinemark. There were an alarming … Continue reading
(Movie Week concludes, for now, with the second of the catch-up reviews. We’re now ready to go to some more movies: bring on a carefully chosen selection of summer blockbusters and also a new actor-driven caper movie that my movie … Continue reading