Mission: Impossible – Fallout Review

Paramount Pictures sixth installment in their Mission: Impossible franchise hit theaters on July 27th to incredibly positive reviews. Christopher McQuarrie is the first returning director for the series, continuing where Rogue Nation ended; writing his fifth screenplay for a Tom Cruise film. His direction is noted, as the camera work and cinematography is very similar […]

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Houston Rockets: Apollo 8

A $2.4 million veteran minimum contract is all that is needed for the Rockets to sign an eroding Carmelo Anthony. Clint Capela potentially re-signing to a larger deal is the only thing preventing this franchise from further cementing themselves as the best chance out West to dethrone the Warriors, but much like Apollo 8, the […]

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LeBron’s Lakers

Earlier in the month, LeBron left Cleveland a second time, announcing he would sign with the Lakers on the first night of free agency before signing the official four-year, $154 million dollar contract on July 9th. The fourth year has a player option, but he’ll be 36 by then, and that year he’ll be making […]

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Skyscraper Review

Another film from Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson that falls in the 50 percent range on Rotten Tomatoes; starring him in a leading role that largely banks on his likability? We’ve got ourselves a short review, as the proper amount of words necessary is significantly lessened once The Rock becomes a film’s lead. I don’t mean […]

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Roger’s 2018 NBA Awards

I wrote about the NBA just twice during the regular season, and one of them was technically a shitpost about Van Gundy being fired even though he hadn’t actually been fired. Hey, if the actual team media is going to make a bad joke on April Fool’s Day, then I’ll take it a step further […]

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Review

Whereas Star Wars: The Last Jedi gave everyone the gift of continual deconstruction of a beloved franchise, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom gives us, not much. Disney isn’t afraid to shill their properties, and Star Wars is perhaps the most well-known film franchise of all time; bringing pleasant nostalgia to generations across the globe. Universal has […]

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Retroactive Review: Batman (1989)

A big takeaway from my Sign o’ the Times review was the realization that Prince’s mindset and material recorded during this creative outburst sowed the seeds for the next decade of his career. These roots began to bloom just nine months later when he took the more passionate concepts from that stringent double album and […]

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