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Archive for September, 2008

It’s official – summer is over. The geese are flying in formation over my house (I think I live under Goose Highway), leaves are covering my front yard and football is dominating my television.

I saw a lot of movies this summer. A high number of these summer blockbusters featured comic book characters, a subject I covered recently in an article I wrote for the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor.  Here is a link to the PDF: what-goes-around-superheroes.

As I reflect on the movie offerings of the summer of 2008, I have to concede my favorite movie, based on entertainment value, was “Iron Man.” The movie is available on DVD this Tuesday. I do not think it will be quite as awe-inspiring on the small screen, but I still recommend it.

What was your favorite movie of the summer?

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WHAT I’M WATCHING ON DVD:

“Elizabeth: The Golden Age”

Read my review HERE.

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My article about the Montana horse cruelty case has now been published.

Here is a link to the PDF:  horse-cruelty-case-prompts-local-to-action

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WHAT I’M WATCHING ON DVD:

It is nice to watch an really good movie I’ve never heard of before.  This was one of those movies.

Read my review HERE.

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WHAT I’M WATCHING ON DVD:

“Bridge to Terabithia”

Read my review HERE.

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Am I the only person not excited about this season’s “Heroes?”

I recorded last night’s season opener and just watched it. I loved this show during the first season. The second season was okay, and now it looks like all the characters are going to switch sides – the good guys/gals become the villains and the villains become good guys/gals.

Quite frankly, I just don’t care any more. The storyline seems to be getting more and more convoluted. I will continue watching, but I hope this season gets better or else my DVR will have more free space this Fall.

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Keira Knighley portrays Georgiana Cavendish,

the Duchess of Devonshire, in a new film by Paramount Vantage.

Read my review HERE.

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