Am I alone in this? I'm betting this news hit you the same way it hit me today.
Fall movie season is here, and here is a rundown on some of the big flicks in theaters now.
For as long as anyone can remember who is able to read this, the Chicago Cubs have been perennial underdogs.
A lot a very average reviews nationally for the latest Tom Cruise - Jack Reacher flick, and frankly I can't understand why.
This started with the Cavaliers, and now it's the Indians turn to face the tons of doubters who continually tell us these teams just aren't good enough.
Here comes the new poster child for a compelling story that I'm sure is far more interesting to read, as opposed to seeing on the big screen.
Wrote this a few months ago, thought today would be a good day to revisit.
When the Cavaliers won the NBA Title and bridged the 52 year sports crevasse around here, we all breathed a little easier and stood a little taller.
Mark Wahlberg continues to make movies with stories that need, and should be told. Deepwater Horizon is the latest flick to do this.
Many people who go to see this star-studded western will have no idea this is a remake of a movie from about 50 years ago of the same name. Same basic premise, but not the same movie.
Clint Eastwood directed it, Tom Hanks stars in it, and the true story supplies the backdrop for this bio-pic of Captain Sullenberger. The pilot at the controls of the US Airways flight that went into the Hudson a few years ago.