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|Checking out the movies|
Time to check out the latest holiday movies. By now you have figured out theses movies are not the same ones being shown at theaters across the land.
We Bought a Zoo
The story of the new owners of the Houston Astros.
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Suposedly not as good as the first Mission Impossible, which was about keeping a Ouachita Parish football team out of the Superdome on championship weekend.
The Darkest Hour
Still in production, a documentary that will follow North Texas up until their season-opener at LSU in 2012.
In the Land of Blood and Honey
Details the ongoing negotiations between NFL and NBA owners and the behind the scenes backstabbing between the lawyers and agents.
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
A look back at the LSU-Florida football game from 2007.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
The story of one of the Mangham High cheerleaders who was unable to get out of the way after a long run by Shaquille Ausberry.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1
The story of when the NCAA makes most of their decisions.
The story of Horace Spencer III. Spencer is a 6-foot-8 eighth-grader with immense athleticism, wingspan and size 17 shoes that — brace for it — offer up whispers of a 7-foot future. And all of that foretells of great things in Spencer's future.
For now, the Klinger (Pa.) Middle School student is focused on being a middle school student and getting along with his teammates, both in scholastic sports and his AAU program, the South Jersey Gymrats. Get ready for several sequels.
Answers to Nothing
A documentary focusing on the NCAA meeting to discuss a possible playoff system. I love the part where they discuss what that will do to the bowls and the guest appearances from talking heads saying how the season will not mean as much and how you cut down on the number of teams ending their season with a win. Two thumbs down because you can still have the bowl games for the teams that do not make the playoffs and the marquee bowls can host the playoff games. We can send folks to the moon, but can't figure out a playoff system for college football. Wait, that sounds like another movie. Lost in Space II?
The story of Chris Paul, who even leaving New Orleans showed the utmost in class.
Looks back at the Ohio State football program the past three years.
The story of Ed Orgeron, who somehow seems to fit at Southern California. Of course it probably helps working for folks like Pete Carroll and Lane Kiffin. Those two guys make cameo appearances. Seriously, you think you can keep those two from out in front of the camera?
The story of Tim Tebow. No critic or moron with a microphone who could not make it on the playing field will ever get him down. He just goes out and does what he does. And despite what some think, he does it well.
Tebow is also starring in another movie (hey, when you are hot, you are hot) called War Horse. It's a mini-series. A lot of triumph, a lot of tragedy. But someone who got ahold of one of the scripts released to TMZ in an exclusive that in the end Tebow wins the Super Bowl and arch-enemy Skip Bayless ends up working for a Mt. Pilot television station.
The story of the Southeastern Conference. The 2011 College World Series turned into the finals of the SEC Tournament, with Florida and South Carolina left standing after a week of outstanding play in Omaha. And now you have LSU taking on Alabama for the BCS championship. Not expected to do well in markets outside of Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee and part of Texas and Missouri. Has received a lot of negative reviews for bitter former Big 10, Big 12, Pac 10 and ACC athletes in their pathetic roles as guest commentators.
This movie has been re-named. It's the Honey Badger.
Paranormal Activity 3
The history of Penn State.
Another Drew Brees movie.
Revenge of the Electric Car
Juan Pablo Montoya and Ryan Newman, Jimmy Spencer and Kurt Busch, Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth, Joe Nemechek and Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin and Brad Keselowski and Kurt Busch and Tony Stewart. There are enough NASCAR rivalries to make this a movie marathon.
Starring Ndamukong Suh.
The Skin I Live In
Starring Lebron James.
The Three Musketeers
The story of Drew Brees, Lance Moore and Marques Colston, traveling the country and slaying Lions, Tigers, Bears, Falcons, Panthers and even Cowboys.
And finally, there's Tower Heist, which is kind of the way I feel after paying for a movie, popcorn and soda.
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