You can’t go anywhere on the internet these days without hearing about Netflix’s 10-part docu-series, Making a Murderer. And rightfully so. It’s a fascinating look at tragic story with probable corruption, betrayal and intrigue – it seems too cinematic to be true, and yet, it is.
It’s last call for 2014, which is honestly fine by me. I’m not trying to be ho-hum or a Debbie Downer, but there’s honestly not much to remember about this year. (I’ll take that over a bunch of bad things happening.) I think it’s a side effect of being in my 30s and mostly everyone… Continue reading 2014: A YEAR END REVIEW
Well, 2013 is almost in the books. Here’s hoping you did something useful with your year. If not, the good news is there is another one right around the corner. Don’t make the same mistake with 2014. Best experience: Taking sporadic road trips. Worst experience: The passing of my grandfather, Bob Jamison. Top 3 movies I saw:… Continue reading 2013: A Year End Review
…brought to you this week on a Saturday. If you thought Gravity Couldn’t Get Any Better, It Just Did Fans and critics alike fawned over Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, but now screenwriter Jonás Cuarón is making a good thing even better with a 7-minute short titled Aningaaq. It tells the story of the Inuit fisherman who receives Ryan Stone’s distress call… Continue reading Facebook Friday (Week 17)
Russell Westbrook Makes His NBA Return. Oklahoma Releases a Huge Sigh of Relief. I’ve heard it said a hundred different ways, but the bottom line is that having Russell Westbrook back on the Oklahoma City Thunder means that basketball is fun again in the heartland. It also means we’re once again a championship level team.… Continue reading Facebook Friday (Week 16)