• NFL Week 15: Get Off My Lawn Edition
  • Joyeux Noel (2005)
  • Ford v. Ferrari
  • Klaus: (2019) Netflix
  • A Very Murray Christmas: (2015) Netflix
NFL Week 15: Get Off My Lawn Edition Joyeux Noel (2005) Ford v. Ferrari Klaus: (2019) Netflix A Very Murray Christmas: (2015) Netflix

NFL Week 15: Get Off My Lawn Edition

It’s been quite the week for keeping my language in check. I don’t mean self-censorship, and I’m not about to break out a bunch of Prager U Adam Carolla P.C.-culture-has-run-amok garbage. Some Asian girl at Oberlin with too much time on her hands had a bad idea. Some kids flip out during finals week. Big […]

Joyeux Noel (2005)

Everyone pretty much agrees that war sucks and that the job of the military is to kill people and break things. Sometimes war can be averted, and other times it is inevitable, justified and unavoidable. Although not as deadly as WW2, WW1 had its share of horror and misery, and those soldiers that were thrust […]

Ford v. Ferrari

                        Ford v. Ferrari 2 hours 13 minutes, Rated PG-13 Fair Value of Ford vs. Ferrari: $7.00. It’s a mixed bag of a good acting and race car movie cliches. For another view of the film, check out Kevin’s review that was entered earlier. Is this film worth my time? It has exciting scenes of […]

Klaus: (2019) Netflix

I do not particularly care for animated films, super hero films, or comic book films. However, as my Christmas Movie stocking is about empty, I could not ignore what was apparently yet another Netflix Christmas movie. So, I moved to my living room, made a small fire in the hearth, and fired up Klaus on […]

A Very Murray Christmas: (2015) Netflix

I never have been a huge fan of Bill Murray, but it cannot be denied that he was great in some of the SNL skits and movies like Caddyshack and Ghostbusters. His role in Lost in Translation brought almost universal acclaim. I was disappointed in the Christmas Movie Scrooged, but nothing prepared me for the […]

5 Features to Consider When Buying a New Bicycle

Are you planning to get a new bicycle? Before buying your bicycle, you should consider reading this post to get insights on the best bicycle for you. There are different types and brands of bicycles available in markets today. One of the best types of bicycles is the fixed gear bike. Also known as the […]

The Irishman: (2019) Netflix

3 hours 29 minutes, Rated R for point-blank executions, Fair Value of The Irishman: $10.00. It’s a middling film for Scorcese, but even his lesser works tend to be better than most other things out right now. Is this film worth my time? Well, it certainly takes a lot of time, that’s for sure. I’d […]

A Christmas Carol (1971-Animated/Short)

Here is yet another version of my favorite Christmas classic, Charles Dicken’s A Christmas Carol. This is an animated short made by the great, late Richard Williams. As far as I know, this is the only version of A Christmas Carol to win an Academy Award; it won for Best Short Subject, Animated Films. It […]

The ABC’s of Christmas (2017)

The ABC’s OF CHRISTMAS (2017) Alcohol– Face it, whether it be the vilest Kosher Wine, Grandmas 90 proof eggnog or just the familiar handle of Jack Daniels, you cannot get through this period without it. Besides, its the biggest holiday of the year, so you can get hammered with a minimum of repercussions. Raise a […]

Slay Belles (2018)

Slay Belles is a Christmas horror comedy that features three young women who are YouTubers. They are also a trio of ditzy cosplayers, anime freaks and free-spirited Listers. [EDITOR’S NOTE: A Lister can be defined as someone who is most likely on the list of the 10 biggest ho’s in high school] Don’t let that […]

1917

1917 is a horror story. It is a journey to hell and back. It ends at the place where it began, in a field of flowers under a tree. It is a story of duty, comradeship and loss. It is a technical marvel. It takes place on April 6, 1917, the day the United States […]

Christmas At Graceland: Home For The Holidays

My career with Ruthless has been a good one with many high-water marks like Midnight Cowboy and my Christmas Movie reviews and related articles. There have also been a few low spots, but this movie is one ditch that I may not be able to crawl out of. Somehow, someway, Matt Cale talked me into […]

NFL Week 14: Why Do We Even Bother Edition?

“Mrs. Duquesne” is a character as written. She does consider the Jets her favorite pro football team, and she does take the meaningful, competitive games too seriously some times, but I think we’ve all been guilty of that at some point. She did not, however, stalk Mark Sanchez via Snapchat, or write in Rex Ryan […]

Christmas Slay (2015)

I am slogging through my annual gulag of Christmas Movies, fresh off of reviewing a delightfully silly Slay Belles. We now are faced with yet another “Slay” word play Christmas film. In addition to Slay Belles, we have had the quite watchable Teresa Spoon favorite, Santa’s Slay. Now I reluctantly present Christmas Slay, which is […]