Recommended TV Shows

It’s hot out and the pools are closed to the public this summer, so you’ll likely be staying in watching TV unless you’re one of the two people who have a  job. In this video Sarabeth and I talk a little about our favorite shows. I’d like to add that we watched The Mandalorian last fall, whichContinue reading “Recommended TV Shows”

Sequels That Exceed Their Predecessors

We saw Catching Fire last night, and let me say, it’s always a treat when, in those rare moments in time, you land on a cinematic sequel that’s better than its predecessor. Catching Fire is one such movie. Where Gary Ross’s adaptation was passable, I think we can all agree that it was a bit rushed at times (andContinue reading “Sequels That Exceed Their Predecessors”

Best Music Scores Part I

John Williams. Hans Zimmer. Danny Elfman. James Horner. Soundtrack composers have been elevated to the status of celebrities and rock stars in their own right. Though most people might not know what John Williams looks like,  everyone, whether they know it or not, knows his music. If you ask someone who their favorite composer is,Continue reading “Best Music Scores Part I”

Movies I Still Can’t Help but Love Part II

As promised, here’s the rest of the list of movies I still can’t help but love. Like last week, I tried to steer clear of the obvious choices like Hook, E.T., Dumb and Dumber, etc. Hopefully you’ve never seen a few of these and decide to give them a chance. You can check out Part I ofContinue reading “Movies I Still Can’t Help but Love Part II”

What Will You Be Watching This Fall?

It’s that time of year where everyone’s favorite shows premier and new ones take off in hopes of flying. Sarabeth and I usually only follow a couple shows at a time, but lose interest most of the time (or it just gets too inappropriate and we have to make an executive decision to stop whileContinue reading “What Will You Be Watching This Fall?”

What I Learned From Michael Scott

On March 25, 2005, Jerry Seinfeld, Tim Allen, and the cast of Friends stepped out of sight of adoring fans to make room for the newest addition of what would become a multi-Emmy-winning sitcom, unlike any the United States had ever seen before. And it would continue for nine years, taking its final bow on May 15,Continue reading “What I Learned From Michael Scott”