Thursday, June 25, 2015



It’s one of my top 3 favorite movies of all time.

I’ve seen it more times than I could count. I’ve owned it on VHS, Laser disc, DVD and blu ray.

I had never seen it on the big screen in the theater.

It came out in 1975. I was 6 when it came out in June that year. My parents wouldn’t let me see it. Though soon after that I saw all sorts of things.

So last night I was able to go see it for the 40th anniversary of it’s release with a couple friends.

It was fun awaiting Ali to jump when Ben Gardener’s head pops out of the bottom of the boat. Always the best part of watching it with someone unfamiliar with every second of every scene.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Jett at dinner

Movie Reviews

Soaked In Bleach-

This is a conspiracy documentary about the death of Kurt Cobain. It alleges that it was not suicide.

The movie is told through interviews with a private investigator that Courtney Love had hired 5 days before Kurts death. And through a ton of audio recordings that investigator made during the investigation. This recordings had, Courtney, Kurt’s entertainment lawyer, the police and others. It also has reenactments, but they are actually done pretty well and do not distract at all.

After watching it, I certainly think the case should be reopened. There was a lot of fishy things about the case.

If you like Conspiracy theory stuff it is well worth watching.

The Seven Five-

A documentary about dirty cops in a specific New York precinct in the 80s.

This movie is complete craziness.

The stories of what these cops (one in particular) did is almost unbeliveable.  This will surely be made into a hollywood drama.

It’s Goodfellas but with cops.

A must see.

True Detective Season 2-

The first episode was on last night.

Not much happened other than introducing us to a lot of characters. And giving us our first taste of those characters. But I dug it and am interested to see how they all start to connect/overlap.

Friday, June 19, 2015

Looks Funny

Neon Trees Show

What to do with the beginning of your week.
Go see the Neon Trees show Monday June 22 at The Ready Room.

Neon Trees new album Pop Psychology is an upbeat collection of sleek, modern alternative pop songs powered by singer-songwriter Tyler Glenn’s bright melodies, huge choruses, and witty lyrics about the challenges of finding love in the digital age.

Want To See