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Memphis Stand Up and Get Rowdy

Posted on by Clayton Martin in Basketball, Featured, Sports | 1 Comment

What up Los Angeles? What’s good with ya? You guys feeling “hella” good about the game tonight? You got your Cali swag on point for tonight’s game? Well… you might want to pump the brakes.

Double Movie Review: The Place Beyond the Pines and Trance

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Everything I seemed to read going into The Place Beyond the Pines tended to focus mainly on the buzzword “ambitious”. For Trance, the buzzword was “stylistic.” While I liked The Place Beyond The Pines much more than Trance, I think they both deserve a lot of praise more for what they tried to do than what they actually succeeded in doing.

Netflix Streaming Suggestions Reprise

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Alright folks… it’s been a while since I’ve done a Netflix streaming suggestions post so I thought I’d share some of the things I’ve been watching lately. Recently we had Josh Smith drop some wisdom on us about the Netflix original series House of Cards. But I’m admittedly slacking on that series at the moment. I think I’ve watched like 4.5 episodes so far. Here’s what I have been watching and would recommend:

Movie Review: Q&A With A Spring Breakers Survivor

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Alright good people… I have crawled into the belly of the beast and taken on Spring Breakers so that you wouldn’t have to. I took to Facebook, Twitter and email to ask for questions about the film and my experience and this is what we came up with.

The 20/20 Experience Review and Power Ranking of the Tracks

Posted on by Clayton Martin in Entertainment, Featured, Music | 1 Comment

People are always coming up to me and being like, “Clayton, you have such an amazing taste in music. Why don’t you focus your writing on music?” I like to consider myself much like Justin Timberlake in that I dabble in music, but my talents are too broad to contain. OK. None of that is true, but in case you haven’t heard, JT released a new album yesterday called The 20/20 Experience. I’m here to give you my initial reaction …