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How to Host I Have Some Notes

How to Host I Have Some Notes

Dear Patrick Stewart Liam Creswick, Congratulations on accepting the gig as Host of the ‘I Have Some Notes’ Podcast. While I have no doubt that you will be very successful and enjoy this experience immensely, I thought it might be helpful if I put together some tips and or pointers to help ensure a smooth …

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Gregg's Best and Worst of 2018

Gregg’s Best and worst of 2018

Usually when I sit down to write my yearly best/worst it’s a relatively smooth process. The good clearly rises to the top (Get Out, Molly’s Game) and the crap sinks to the the bottom (Neon Demon, Kong: Skull Island). This year, however, I agonized over my list. My top five shifted wildly as I attempted …

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Lower Expectations for Avengers: Infinity War

Consider Lowering Your Expectations for Avengers: Infinity War

This isn’t a cynical 10-reasons-Avengers-will-suck type post, despite the clickbait-y title (sorry). I don’t know any more than the next person whether Infinity War will crush or not, nor am I interested in making any predictions. What I do know is that with all this hype, expectations for Avengers: Infinity War are on the moon, …

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Gregg's Best & Worst of 2017

Gregg’s Best & Worst of 2017

Last year I opened my Best and Worst article by saying something like “Boy wasn’t 2016 awful, at least we got some good movies though, right?” Oh, poor, innocent, stupid Gregg. You didn’t know how good you had it in 2016, did you? You didn’t know that if 2016 was a bag of garbage 2017 …

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Tweaking: Star Wars The Force Awakens

Tweaking: Star Wars The Force Awakens

Let’s face it, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was a miracle. J.J. Abrams took on a monumental task reviving the biggest franchise in movie history and somehow managed to please critics and fans alike. He successfully married the classic aesthetic of Star Wars to modern filmmaking, helped create new loveable characters and revived old characters without …

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2016 Best Worst

Gregg’s Best and Worst of 2016

2016 might be a year we’d all rather soon forget, but it did give us some memorable movies. We saw Spider-man finally swing with the Avengers, experienced the first Star Wars stand alone flick, witnessed Hollywood learn that an R rating doesn’t mean death at the box office and got our first complete gender swap of a beloved …

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