I’ve enjoyed a modestly successful 2017-2018 NFL season. Since posting picks weekly here at my website, I’ve now posted 4 winning seasons, and 2 losing seasons. I’m slightly ahead overall after six years, and that includes more than 1,000 NFL wagers since I began doing this prior to the start of the 2012 NFL regular season (note that I posted picks at other sites prior to launching this site, dating back to 1996…years which were far more successful before picking winners became increasingly difficult).
If you think Donald Trump and Archie Bunker are very much alike, wait until you read about the differences. Fact is, the President doesn’t have any of Archie’s virtues.
I ask myself three questions when writing a move review:
1. Did I like the movie?
2. Was the movie well-made?
3. Did I gain something from seeing the movie?
Generally, if I can answer “yes” to all three questions, then I give the movie my recommendation. One or two affirmative responses means the movie is borderline. Zero “yes” answers means I probably hated the film, assuming I didn’t storm out before the movie ended.
How much of an advantage does a rested team with home-field advantage have in the playoffs?
Turns out, it’s a huge advantage.
“The Shape of Water” is a broadly imaginative crowd-pleaser and the creative brainchild of writer-director Guillermo del Toro.