Category Archives: Sport

Review: “Bruised”

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Director: Halle Berry Writer: Michelle Rosenfarb Actors: Halle Berry, Sheila Atim, Adriane Lenox, Adan Canto, Danny Boyd Jr. By Valerie Kalfrin Halle Berry has often been a fighter. She leaped from TV shows to feature films after she persuaded director Spike Lee that she had the grit to play a […]

Review: “Bruised”
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Film review: King Richard

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Venus and Serena Williams are undeniably household names in tennis, and across sport in general, but King Richard, the latest drama from director Reinaldo Marcus Green tells the lesser-known tale of their controversial father. As well as producing the film, Will Smith stars in the eponymous role as Richard, raising his five daughters with wife […]

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Top 5 Sports Betting Movies of All Time

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Sports betting is a common occupation and pastime for numerous individuals, and over the years, the movie industry has presented betting enthusiasts with content to fuel their appreciation for the action.   This article aims to present you with the top five sports betting movies of all […]

Top 5 Sports Betting Movies of All Time
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Ted Lasso

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We’ve been holding out for a hero for some time now, but in the midst on unprecedented political corruption and staring down the barrel of a deadly virus outbreak that’s been going on for eighteen months, Ted Lasso arrives with perfect timing to capture the hearts and minds of an utterly exhausted public. Inspired by […]

Ted Lasso

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Netflixable? Teen Italians, in love and facing tragedy — “Caught by a Wave”

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Young love is tested by illness and honesty issues in “Caught by a Wave,” a scenic Italian romance set against a sailing backdrop. The leads are pretty and the locales romantic, but the scenario is generic and the pacing funereal in this dry-eyed weeper of rehab and regattas. Sailing camp on the isle of Favignana […]

Netflixable? Teen Italians, in love and facing tragedy — “Caught by a Wave”
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‘TED LASSO’ or a Smile Means a Lot

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During the peak of Christmas season watching, my friend Jen told me about a little show she loved called Ted Lasso. I’m normally not much of a TV person so I put it in the back of my mind and didn’t watch it until this last week. I needed a break from the heady nature […]

[REVIEW] ‘TED LASSO’ or a Smile Means a Lot
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Dugan: Happy Gilmore (1996)

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Billy Madison was Adam Sandler’s most vital film, but Happy Gilmore was his most polished. In fact, Billy Madison nailed Sandler’s comic persona so purely and perfectly that it was almost a dead end, forcing Sandler to scramble for ways to reinvent and reimagine his toddler persona over his next few films. Billy Madison was […]

Dugan: Happy Gilmore (1996)
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