Author Archives: Tall Writer

Interview: Producer Schalet Jackson on “Cadia: The World Within”

Schalet Jackson is a producer and actor who hails from Ada, Ohio.  She’s the oldest of four siblings and established her three career goals in the fourth-grade: music education, law and acting. She graciously answered by questions about those pursuits … Continue reading

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The Limey

“Bide your time and everything becomes clear, and you can act accordingly.” Terence Stamp impresses and then some in this crime-action tour-de-force directed by  Steven Soderbergh. The short running time is not a negative here as this extremely effective film … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood

“It’s official, old buddy, I’m a has-been.” Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino directs his ninth feature film Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood with nostalgia, personal perspective, and a unique vision creates a desirable reality by the end. A superstar cast … Continue reading

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Elizabeth

“Observe, Lord Burghley, I am married. To England.” Cate Blanchett’s role as the Queen Elizabeth I of England hits high marks as she eventually works her way to a coveted role that brings deception and danger. Directed by Skekhar Kapur … Continue reading

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Unplanned

“It wasn’t just tissue, just cells. That was a human baby fighting for life!” Unplanned. Due to it’s sensitive subject matter of abortion, it’s been called propaganda… political sway in ideology as Roe v. Wade is challenged by a more … Continue reading

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Shakespeare in Love

“Playwrights teach us nothing about love. They make it pretty, they make it comical, or they make it lust, but they cannot make it true.” “Oh, but they can!” This film was a considerable challenge to make into a cohesive … Continue reading

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David Nui (Arena Football League Global President) Interview Feature

Note: This interview was from 2016. Watch ArenaBowl XXXII tonight at 8:00 p.m. where the Philadelphia Soul take on the Albany Empire at Times Union Center in Albany, New York. ————– CAFL tryouts are underway as this worldwide sport will … Continue reading

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The Lion King

Disney’s live action PG-rated version of their 1994, G-rated animated classic takes us to the African “Pride Lands”. Prince Simba (Donald Glover), the son of Lion King Mufasa (the returning James Earl Jones), looks to lead the animals while Scar … Continue reading

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Dragonfly

This eerie drama stars Kevin Costner as Dr. Joe Marrow, who encounters dramatic events that lead to even more highly emotional, yet believable, experiences. The supporting cast includes Marrow’s supervisor Hugh Campbell, played by Joe Morton (Speed, T2), Marrow’s co-worker, … Continue reading

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Wargroove

Quality turned-based strategy gameplay is back with the PlayStation 4 version of Wargrooveafter being previously released in early 2019 for Linux, Macintosh, Nintendo Switch, PC, and Xbox One (the PC, Switch, and Xbox One versions have online cross-play options). Developed and … Continue reading

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