|on Thursday, February 17, 2011
This past weekend I was spending time with my brother and his family. One of the things I love about visiting with them (besides their adorable kids) is how interested they are in what I do. They seem to ask all of the right questions that make me fall back in love with what I do, how I do it, an...
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|on Friday, July 22, 2011
Actions for Retrospectives
Object of Play Analyzing past events can get repetitive, leading to a lack of creative ideas and dulled critical thinking. Without an engaging strategy, you could get stuck in a pit of unproductive ideas, causing you to lose all sense of direction and become blind to areas needing improvement. To...
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|on Monday, November 23, 2009
Each month, killerreviews.com will be focusing on a specific film title of the past and providing detailed information regarding all aspects of the release from pre-production and casting right through to what the actors and filmmakers have done since the film?s release. This month, our film choi...
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|on Sunday, March 28, 2010
Ten-year-old movie Battlefield Earth got a retrospective in...
Ten-year-old movie Battlefield Earth got a retrospective in today?s New York Post by the original screenwriter, J.D. Shapiro. My editor Jeff Rubin and I once tried to watch this movie. Not only did we turn it off after 10 minutes, but the movie left us unable to objectively judge all other movies...
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