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Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control, we were unable to go live this past Monday. The only reason Ill give as of this post is: Its a case of life getting in the way.
Good things are worth waiting for.

That might be a little conceded as we have zero souls in our audience base as of this note.

Even with the delay, I need to get in the habit of providing more content to this site.
A website that opens with dated content is better than a website that opens with zero content.

Despite that we havent even gone live yet, I want to produce more on this site. I want this to evolve to a youtube channel. I want to evolve to live events and movie screenings and fun guests. Baby steps.

Its been a pretty busy week, and nothing has drawn me to the theatre this weekend. I went ahead and watched on of the movies that we will be discussing later. Showdown in Little Tokyo is such a fun movie for me even after all these years. I wonder if I should do a written essay in addition to our discussion. I had to go to two different used stores to find the one copy. I think I either have a promo copy or a Canadian copy of the DVD. The reason for the leap to that conclusion was markings on the box and the animated menu is just the WB Logo.

Another movie I caught on Netflix was 2016s Skiptrace with Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville. This is a movie that was produced too late. Everything about this movie should have been a lot of fun. There should have been a lot of wild stunts from both characters. I think this movie would have done Rush Hour 2 success if it was 10 years earlier. Directed by Renny Harland, while he isnt exactly batting a thousand, Harland has still never made a boring movie. I think if Skiptrace was 20 mins shorter and maybe had a different title it might have found a life at the cinema in the States. The movie is basically Midnight Run to give you a better idea of what its about. Something tells me Ive now written more on Skiptrace than any other American so Ill move on…

Blade Runner

Blade Runner

Review: The Foreigner

Review: The Foreigner