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2010’s The Company Men Deserves More Attention

2010’s The Company Men Deserves More Attention

Joel Featherstone January 8, 2014 0

Remember the 2008 recession? In the title sequence of the The Company Men, radio news is playing – “Citigroup just laid off 50,000 jobs.” Cut to Ben Affleck’s character happily driving to work in

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Rotten Tomatoes’ Amazing Netflix Feature Changed My Life

Rotten Tomatoes’ Amazing Netflix Feature Changed My Life

Joel Featherstone October 19, 2013 0

Why hasn’t anyone told me about this before? I’ve been struggling for years with Netflix Streaming’s massive movie choices. Supposedly, they have more than 13,000 titles available but they keep recommending the same ones.

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It’s a Disaster – a surprising comedy gem on Netflix

It’s a Disaster – a surprising comedy gem on Netflix

Joel Featherstone September 29, 2013 0

Ughhh. Finding a good movie on Netflix can be hard. Especially if it’s Saturday night and you’re with your wife. It’s not fun when you pick a movie that ends up sucking or is

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Together Hulu Plus and Netflix will make your content dreams come true

Together Hulu Plus and Netflix will make your content dreams come true

Joel Featherstone September 25, 2013 4

Combined the streaming services are only $16 a month I subscribe to both Netflix and Hulu Plus and canceled my Dish subscription over 1 year ago. Never have I been more satisfied with both

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Top 5 Shows You’re Not Watching

Top 5 Shows You’re Not Watching

Kenny D March 26, 2013 0

It’s the final TV list of the month and it’s time to honor the shows that don’t really get the viewership love they deserve. I’m not exactly saying these shows are so obscure that

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An Audrey Hepburn Showdown: Sabrina v. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

An Audrey Hepburn Showdown: Sabrina v. Breakfast at Tiffany’s

andy w August 8, 2012 3

Sabrina vs. Breakfast at Tiffany’s Two of Audrey Hepburn’s most famous movies are now a part of Netflix’s “Classics” section.  It’s our first Netflix showdown, between Sabrina and Breakfast at Tiffany’s.  Both movies are

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Andrew recommends Urban Cowboy

Andrew recommends Urban Cowboy

andy w July 24, 2012 0

We live in a spoiled age of home video.  Practically every American movie ever made is now available on DVD.  When I was a kid, Urban Cowboy was out of print on VHS.  I

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Andrew recommends Pinky

Andrew recommends Pinky

andy w July 4, 2012 0

This is an important movie.  Highly contraversial in its day, Pinky tells the story of a light-skinned African-American woman named Pinky (Jeann Craine) returning to her home in the Deep South, after living as

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Andrew recommends "Bonnie and Clyde"

Andrew recommends "Bonnie and Clyde"

andy w July 4, 2012 0

Bonnie and Clyde tells a beautifully stylized modern-day, acrid fairy tale.  A smash with the counterculture audience, the movie takes no shame with its gritty and glorified portrayal of violence, cynicysm, and sex.  Released in 1967, during

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Andrew recommends Candyman

Andrew recommends Candyman

andy w June 27, 2012 0

The mid ‘80s to the mid ‘90s was a rough time for the horror genre.  Most movies that attempted to scare usually scared up only laughs.  Fright films went from gritty and haunting to

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