Archives for December 2017

Tom Cruise Fact-Based Action Flick Arrives on Home Video 

Barry Seal (Tom Cruise) was gainfully employed as a commercial airline pilot when he was surreptitiously recruited by a CIA agent (Domnhall Gleeson). The Agency wanted him to fly covert reconnaissance missions over Nicaragua to assist U.S.-backed rebels trying to overthrow the government.

Yamaha Pro Bill Lowen Uses Three Lures in Shallow, Well-Defined Places

Veteran tournament angler Bill Lowen enjoys these cold, frigid days on the water because he knows bass will be in well-defined areas they use year after year, they’ll hit one of his three favorite lures, and by day’s end he and his companions may have caught and released as many as 100 fish.

Moving Morality Play Finds Three Families in Crisis

Faith-based films ordinarily have limited appeal beyond the Christian community because most tend to be heavy-handed morality plays just preaching to the choir. A Question of Faith represents a refreshing change of pace, since it downplays the proselytizing in favor of character development and a compelling plot.

Got a little Cabin Fever? Now is the Time to get ready for Trout!

Got a little Cabin Fever? Now is the Time to get ready for Trout! A little winter “cabin fever” can be turned into a great time that will pay big dividends when the trout are biting!

For movies opening December 29, 2017

All the Money in the World (R for profanity, violence, disturbing images and brief drug use) Crime thriller, set in Rome, recounting the 1973 kidnapping for ransom of the teenage grandson (Charlie Plummer) of J. Paul Getty (Christopher Plummer), then the richest man in the world. Co-starring Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

Elba/Winslet Romance/Survival Saga Released on Home Video

Bride-to-be Alex Martin is in a rush to return home where she and her fiance\’ (Dermot Mulroney) are getting married in the morning. The only reason the dedicated photojournalist was even in Idaho so close to her wedding was out of a sense of duty to cover a potentially-incendiary demonstration by skinheads and neo-Nazis. 

The 10 Best, No, the 100 Best Films of 2017

10 Best Big Budget Films 1. Baby Driver 2. Lady Bird 3. The Disaster Artist 4. The Florida Project 5. Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Trolling Speeds for Offshore Angling

A tantalizing bait rig or lure that you spent lots of time, money and effort to ready for the true test is only as good as how it’s trolled. What retrieve speed and rod action are to lures in shallow water, trolling has the same importance out in the deep. Trolling speed can make or break your offshore fishing trip. Recognizing how the boat and motor theoretically attract pelagics

10 Best Big Budget Films

10 Best Big Budget Films 1. Baby Driver 2. Lady Bird 3. The Disaster Artist 4. The Florida Project 5. Three Billboards outside Ebbing, Missouri 6. Mudbound

Revenge-Fueled Splatterfest Gives New Meaning to “Hostile Work Environment”

  Attorney Derek Cho (Steven Yeun) was a rising star working his way up the corporate ladder at Towers and Smythe when he was blindsided by a false accusation of making a million-dollar mistake. He was callously fired on the spot by the sadistic director of operations (Caroline Chikezie) and escorted by the heartless Grim Reaper (Dallas Roberts) to the basement of the building where he was pressured to sign a confession as a condition for receiving a severance package.