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Feedback, and a chance to have a scene read by actors is what motivated me to submit to WILDsound. I enjoyed watching the reading of my script. It was very interesting to hear words spoken by actors that I had written. – Writer Tom Pavlock WHERE SERPENTS LIE is a…
On August 11th I was walking home from a meeting and started texting a friend of mine. We were joking around, taking shots at each other, usual guy stuff, when he all of a sudden got serious in his next text. “Robin William just died.” The guy was brilliant.” “Not in Patch Adams.” I replied… Continue reading WILDsound’s Top 20 Robin Williams Movies.
Once upon a time there was a show called The West Wing. It was about a fictional devout Catholic liberal who was the President of the United States, and his staff of idealistic but extremely intelligent individuals. The show ran for 7 seasons, mostly in the W. Bush era. As the righty Bush team of… Continue reading Remembering The West Wing
War movies. I guess this is a genre that will always be around because there always seems to be war in the world. Most war films are either based on a historical war with a fictionalized setting, or about a biographical situation and character(s) setting. Almost all war films are really anti-war stories as they… Continue reading Top 50 War Movies of the 2000s (2000 to present)
As I prepare to watch this weekend’s NFL games, let’s talk about the whole Manning vs Brady debate – because I’m jumping on the blog bandwagon. This is officially the 1000th column/blog post about this debate. From Peter King, to Bill Simmons, to guy in parents basement, to me. Let the debate continue because that’s… Continue reading The 1000th Blog Post this week about Tom Brady vs Peyton Manning