Ladies and Gentlemen meet Metta World Peace.

Perhaps he is an all new man. Even since Ron Artest changed his name to Metta World Peace, he’s looked pretty solid. His last two games have been great efforts. Maybe Mike Brown has the right idea making him the leader of the bench (aka 6th Man). One this is for sure, this dunk from … Continue reading

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Box Office Barometer 12-19-11: What’s Going On?

Blah, blah, blah, the box office is down again this week.  Surprisingly, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked are both way down from their previously installments (-$22 million and -$25 million, respectively).  Normally, the next step in any analysis would be about the state of the movie industry and … Continue reading

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Box Office Barometer 12-12-11: Calculating Actors’ Values

Movies like New Years Eve get made, because studios think “star = money, therefore more stars = more money.”  Thus, we get this concoction of 18 “stars” in a two hour movie.  Even just by looking at the movie poster, you can’t ascertain anything except “actors,” “New Years Eve,” and “smiles.”  Since the movie only … Continue reading

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Every Arnold Scream in every Arnold Movie… ever

I came across this video on YouTube today, and It’s a montage of every Arnold Yell in every Arnold movie… ever. Sounds really impressive, right? Well, it is. If you love Arnold, or love to make fun of Arnold, then this video is for you. It’s universal. Enjoy.

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Box Office Barometer 11-29-11: A New Hope?

Another weekend means more analysis lamenting the decline in movie ticket sales.  For every movie that does well like The Muppets, there’s a Happy Feet Two (leading to layoffs), Immortals (successful, but the budget’s too high to make money), and Tower Heist (just didn’t meet expectations).  Instead of finishing the year on a sour note, … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!!

We just wanted to extend our Thanksgiving wishes to all of our readers! Thanks for stopping by and reading our posts!

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Seth Glier

Album Review: Seth Glier, “The Next Right Thing”

Editors note: this article is part 2 of a 3 part series reviewing indie record label MPress Records’ 2011 catalogue. Full disclosure: the author of this review is “twitter friends” with various employees on the MPress staff. Upon first listening to Seth Glier’s 2010 release The Next Right Thing, I must admit I was unimpressed. That’s … Continue reading

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Melissa Ferrick

Album Review: Melissa Ferrick, “Still Right Here”

Editors note: this article is part 1 of a 3 part series reviewing indie record label MPress Records’ 2011 catalogue.  Full disclosure: the author of this review is “twitter friends” with various employees on the MPress staff. In the endless universe of recorded music, there are two galaxies that exist in close proximity to one … Continue reading

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Requiem for Community

NBC has all but canceled Community this week, sending the internet abuzz.  It is a quality show with a rabid, but small fan base.  As a network that was defined by quality in the 80s and 90s, current president of programming Bob Greenblatt claims the he is trying to restore NBC back to its glory … Continue reading

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"Immortals" 2010

Box Office Barometer 11-14-11: Debating Immortals’ Mediocre Status

Another weekend, another depressed box office. As the movie industry looked for hope from two cross-dressing lead roles (J. Edgar and Jack and Jill) and the self-proclaimed “non-300 rip-off” rip-off Immortals. With Adam Sandler coming in second with what will surely be another $100 million movie featuring his “brave” performance, Immortals used some fighting pun … Continue reading

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