Category Archives: Review

REVIEW: ’22 Jump Street’ is something cool and knows it

Expectations and hopes have been thrust into the hands of everyone involved with the sequel and the movie acknowledges that by proudly saying “bring it on.” Continue reading

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My very late take on Pearlman’s “Boys Will Be Boys”

Of the Dallas Cowboys of the 1990’s I remember little. What I do remember wasn’t great, good or even a good effort.

I missed out on the “Good Ole days” of Aikman, Smith, Irvin and Johnston. But I don’t know if should even call them the “good” days after reading Jeff Pearlman’s book “Boys Will Be Boys: The Glory Days and Party Nights of the Dallas Cowboys Dynasty.” Continue reading

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Catching Up: Arrow

I finally caught up with “Arrow” before the mid-season premiere. Here are my lengthy thoughts on the CW series. Continue reading

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Review: “Boom, Baby” by Bobby “Slick” Leonard

Sooner or later, if you’re a major player or coach in the history of the sports, you’ll be asked to write a book. Continue reading

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