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)
I was working late last night, flipping through the channels and the film Sideways (2004) came on. I haven’t seen Alexander Payne’s film on life, wine, and legacy since it was in the theaters over 10 years ago. It’s a pretty solid film that still holds up today. One of the great speeches for a… Continue reading Favorite Movie Quotes – Maya (Virginia Madsen) on Wine in the film SIDEWAYS (2004)
Again, is Bad Lieutenant a baseball movie? Read the Top 100 baseball movies of all-time list: http://www.wildsound-filmmaking-feedback-events.com/baseball_movie.html I’ll say yes because it’s the best portrayal of gambling on baseball. And the top 100 baseball movie list had to have at least one film on baseball and gambling because it has much more relevance for the popularity of… Continue reading 99th Top Baseball Movie of All-Time – BAD LIEUTENANT.
Is The Naked Gun a baseball movie? It technically isn’t, but it’s on the Top 100 Baseball movies of all-time list because it has perhaps the funniest 20 minute sports movie scene ever. Take a look at the Baseball Top 100 Movie List: http://www.wildsound-filmmaking-feedback-events.com/baseball_movie.html Watching this scene as a kid had me laughing so hard… Continue reading 100th Greatest Baseball Movie of All-Time – The Naked Gun
Bill Simmons’ basketball book 5 years after it was published.
The new manager of the Chicago Cubs is Joe Madden, and this is very good for baseball, by far my favorite sport and I root for whatever is the best way to bring more popularity to this game. And having the Chicago Cubs winning is was is easily the best thing for this game. When… Continue reading Joe Madden is Great
If only this could be the team that I follow. Even in years when they don’t make the playoffs, you know that they will be back because there is always a game-plan in place. Consistency of winning – that’s all we ask in our favorite sports teams and that’s what the Steelers have been for… Continue reading Why I’m jealous of the Pittsburgh Steelers
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
I always remember that defining moment in the 2010 NBA Playoffs when LeBron James walked off the floor, and stripped off his Cleveland jersey in a matter of seconds after his team got whipped by the Boston Celtics to send his team home. It was a sad moment because the city of Cleveland needed LeBron… Continue reading LeBron and the city of Cleveland
At last night’s FEEDBACK Film Festival (http://www.wildsound.ca/torontofilmfestivals.html) we showcased a Musical/Documentary short film called Suburban Deathcore (http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/suburban_deathcore.html). A film about the underground Deathcore community in suburban areas in North America. The film was really about the community these kids have performed and how they kind of stay out of trouble. Another film we showcased was… Continue reading Football used to channel your aggression