I didn’t know Tamarris L. Bohannon, but I’m still pissed off. The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department veteran of three and a half years, Bohannon most likely woke up on … Continue reading A few words for Officer Tamarris L. Bohannon
Some actors like to show up on set and make some magic and a little bit of money. They don’t stretch outside the realm of their original ability, and make … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #75: Russell Crowe goes for broke in ‘Unhinged’
Sometimes, you just need to watch a movie that doesn’t make sense and has a couple cringeworthy moments, yet makes you relax and laugh at the same time. Now, Netflix … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment #74: Netflix’s ‘Project Power’ is a fun pandemic diversion
Sports can create a ruthless dichotomy with its fan base. Baseball is where this particular unhealthy trait can fester the most. Major League Baseball players make mistakes on the field, … Continue reading South City Confessions: It’s perfectly fine to criticize professional baseball players without crucifying them
Shia LaBeouf’s are wasted in his latest film, and I let you know about it
I never was a big fan of going out. Why use all that effort, I thought? Pay for overpriced drinks, dance until you stink, and then eat B-grade food to … Continue reading South City Confessions: Find your own good time in a Covid-stricken world
There are particular genres of the movie and television show industry that certain people don’t care for. No matter who stars in and who directs it, this audience is just … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #72: Are ‘The Boys’ worth your time?
I am sucker for true crime. Giving me a three part miniseries about the FBI going up against the New York mafia in the 1970’s and 1980’s is like a … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #71: Netflix’s ‘Fear City’ is compelling true crime