A brilliant detective. A legendary actor who created comedy without sound. A sly criminal. A dedicated journalist. And a genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist. If you can say one thing about … Continue reading Robert Downey Jr.’s 10 best roles
A regular guy who feels a journalistic hunger to tell the news. I blog because its wired into my brain to write what I think in print. I offer an opinion. A solo tour here. Take regular stories and offer my spin on them. Sports, film, television, music, fatherhood, culture, food, and so on. Commentary on everything. A St. Louis native and Little Rock resident who wants to write just to keep the hands fresh and ready.
As May descends towards June and MLB owners and players fight over the proper amount of money to start up baseball here in 2020, I wanted to strip away all … Continue reading Why I miss baseball: The greatest game
Welcome into the firing round edition of the week. On what may be the most gorgeous St. Louis afternoon of the year, I come here to present you with some … Continue reading Here’s What I Know, Volume #21: Space rockets, humanity, and ‘Mad Men’ adoration
Every week on The Large Morning Show in The Afternoon, there are movies and television shows discussed. Brought to the forefront of topical conversation, it’s a go for launch or … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #63: ‘The Lovebirds’ fizzles, but ‘Mad Men’ still sizzles
Liz Feldman’s show mixes comedy and drama quite well
Stallone fought for Rocky, which went on to produce eight films and multiple Oscar nominations.
If looks could kill, this film would already be a surefire hit
Many years ago, Leonardo DiCaprio played J. Edgar Hoover in a Clint Eastwood movie. I didn’t care for it that much. Now, at the time, DiCaprio could do no wrong … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #61: Is Tom Hardy’s ‘Capone’ worth watching?
Fans of the brunch spot can expect a new menu and rules, but some much-needed familiarity
What the hell is going on, everyone? As COVID makes its last sweep through the spring season and everyone scrambles to their self-formulated ideas and theories about what’s going to … Continue reading Here’s What I Know: Fred Willard’s best role, Lynn Shelton’s 2019 gem, and Yadier Molina’s greatest tool
In an hour that returned listeners of The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon to the “Justified” waters of Amazon Prime and into the new turf of “Good Omens,” last … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #60: Why Nicolas Cage will make a great Joe Exotic
Does the player’s personality get strangled by the protectiveness a team shares over his freedom? What if players could get away with some fun, just like the old days? Does … Continue reading Brett Hull thinks hockey today is boring, and someone created false outrage over it