The “Richard Jewell” star was tremendous in the critically acclaimed DirecTV series.
All I could think about was the fact that we were both 38 years old. Or maybe now, only one of us? Wikipedia, the double-edged Diet Coke of the internet, … Continue reading 2020’s last punch? Yadier Molina lives and Wikipedia needs to go away
The move proves that Doug Armstrong is a first class businessman and better thief than Danny Ocean.
Here’s a fact: I didn’t care for the new Patty Jenkins film, Wonder Woman 1984, at all. Here’s another fact: My good friend and film critic colleague, Max Foizey, happened … Continue reading For film critics, disagreement should only be the beginning of a lovely movie friendship
Two cops come together to take down bad guys. A simple plot spun two different ways in a pair of 1980’s classic action adventures. But just how different are the … Continue reading Why ‘Die Hard’ and ‘Lethal Weapon’ are Christmas twin classics
I have a problem with stairs. While they are what we use to travel around our homes, they can be deadly if taken for granted. 9 years ago, I lost … Continue reading 9 years ago, the world lost an angel called “Meme”
Do you ever sit there and wonder, “what did Buffa think of that movie,” yet you can’t find my review? Or maybe you don’t need 1,000 words on whether or … Continue reading The Dose Dispatch Returns! The movie review fast lane is back
Clooney, along with co-stars David Oyelowo and Demian Bichir, discuss making an end of the world flick before a pandemic
For months, I’ve written that the St. Louis Cardinals need to do whatever is necessary to keep their longtime and sure-fire Hall of Fame catcher, Yadier Molina. But sometimes, feelings … Continue reading Why the Cardinals don’t owe Yadier Molina a thing
Twenty five years after it came out guns blazing in theaters, I can still spot Michael Mann’s “Heat” around the corner. It’s my favorite movie of all time and let … Continue reading Why Michael Mann’s ‘Heat’ is still a classic, 25 years later