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reviewed Mr. Magoo (1997). June 15, 2001
posted in Movie Hype
Mr. Magoo (Widescreen Edition) (1997)
First off, for those of you that like my reviews, you have probably noticed that I either totally like a movie, or totally despise it for killing brain cells. This, to those of you, is the latter. Mr …
Chronological and Background Charts of the New
This book of charts is part of a series covering the Old Testament, the New Testament, Church History, Christian Doctrine, Philosophy, etc.Of the several that I have, I would rate this as one of the better …
reviewed Remember the Titans. April 08, 2001
posted in Movie Hype
Remember the Titans
This movie should be remembered for its accurate portrayal of race relations. Denzel Washington is shown as a no nonsense coach who does not care about ther ace game that seems to shadow this movie. He …
reviewed James Taylor (Live). December 25, 2000
James Taylor (Live)
Thid live CD was well worth the wait. Styles galore are explored here ranging from the usual easy listening batch, to rock n roll to soul covers. What about the gospel accapella number that closers this …
reviewed Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense A.... October 23, 2000
Ordinarily, I avoid using the phrase "common sense", considering it to be one of those generalities used when you are unable or unwilling to categorize an algorithm. However, in this case, it applies …
reviewed The Mummy. October 03, 2000
posted in Movie Hype
The Mummy
Pros: ....     Cons: ....     "Oh! Amon-Ra-Oh! God of Gods–Death is but the doorway to new life—We live today-we shall live again–In many forms shall we return-Oh, …
reviewed Happy Gilmore. May 25, 2000
Happy Gilmore
Pros: Funny story, Good Plot for a comedy, Random things thrown in     Cons: Nothing, really. If you're a golfer, you might get insulted (like my ex did...)     …
reviewed Transmutation Live. April 14, 2000
Transmutation Live
While this cd has some great moments, I think the "concept" of this band is a little too disjointed. The musicians who make up this incarnation of PRAXIS are Bill Laswell on bass, Buckethead on guitar, …
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