Past precedent also makes it so this move isn’t as surprising as it may feel. Plenty of sports icons who should have spent their entire careers with one franchise have ended up finishing in another jersey. While it never quite looks right, it happens more often than you’d think So let’s look at ten of the most egregious cases:
Read More Tom Brady, Michael Jordan and The Most Egregious Cases of Icons Finishing Their Careers Elsewhere
1917 is a great movie, if (when) it wins it won’t be joining 2018’s Green Book or 2004’s Crash in the shitty Oscar movie hall of fame. But that also doesn’t mean it isn’t an extremely boring and predictable pick for Best Picture.
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10. Death Proof (2007) There is a good deal of debate on whether or not Death Proof even officially qualifies as a Tarantino film considering it was part of 2007’s Grindhouse. A homage to the pulpy B-movie double features that dominated drive-ins in the 60s and 70s, Grindhouse is made up of Robert Rodriguez’s Planet […]
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For the past decade the only thing that’s felt more certain than death and taxes has been Jason Garrett serving as the Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys. That all ended (officially at least) earlier this week on January 5, 2020. After a decade marked with frustration and consistent underachieving the Cowboys finally decided to […]
Read More Mike McCarthy is a Smart and Safe Hire, But Can He Fix the Cowboys?
Top 10 Movies 10. Joker 9. Marriage Story 8. Knives Out 7. Avengers: Endgame 6. Parasite 5. Uncut Gems 4. Midsommar 3. The Lighthouse 2. The Irishman 1.Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Top 10 Albums of 2019 10. Social Cues- Cage the Elephant 9. This Land- Gary Clark Jr. 8. On the Line- Jenny […]
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The problem isn’t The Last Jedi, the problem is you. If that sounds like a harsh lead in then I almost apologize. Almost.
Read More Why The Last Jedi Deserves Your Respect
Over the month of December I am going to be counting down my favorite albums and films of the past decade, in no particular order. Follow along here for the full list!
Read More Counting Down My 31 Favorite Films and Albums of the Decade
Gigaton is a very good record. It’s far from Pearl Jam’s greatest record, but it is everything that is great about Pearl Jam.
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Man does Tarantino know how to end a decade. After spending most of the 2010s making throwback westerns to (mostly) critical acclaim, Tarantino ended the decade with his most personal film yet and his best since 1994’s Pulp Fiction. Watch any Quentin Tarantino movie and it’s painfully obvious that he loves Hollywood and the movies, […]
Read More 1. Once Upon a Time In Hollywood (2019)
This record came out when I was in High School and it’s been one of my all time favorite records ever since. I can tie down so many of these songs to an equal number of amazing and terrible moments in my life, and I feel like that is one of the hallmarks of a […]
Read More 1. Wasting Light-Foo Fighters (2011)
If I am being completely honest with you, I still have absolutely no idea what the fuck I watched when I saw The Master for the first time. It’s the kind of film that leaves you speechless and racking your brain overthinking everything for days after you see it. You just can’t get it out […]
Read More 2. The Master (2012)
Over the years The National have defied the odds and continued to have the most consistent career of any of their 2000s indie rock peers. On Trouble Will Find Me, their sixth record, The National are simultaneously at the top of their game and at their most bleak. From Matt Berninger’s apology to his brother […]
Read More 2. Trouble Will Find Me- The National (2013)