We all know the story by now. Last Friday night at Fenway Park, Rays lefty David Price put a 94-mph fastball right into the back of Red Sox DH David Ortiz. Ortiz wasn’t happy about [...]
“Edge of Tomorrow”, Tom Cruise’s latest venture into sci-fi action, may look in the commercials like little more than “Groundhog Day” with explosions, but given a closer look you’ll find a imaginatively conceived and consistently engaging thrill ride that will surprise you just about every time you think you have it figured out.
Around June, sports radio at times can run a little light on meaty topics to get listeners and hosts fired up. This is the time of year for hosts and producers to have some down [...]
As Jim Lighthall refers to him, Phil Steele ” The Ambassador” of college football joined Fan Interference this morning to give us his thoughts on how the Florida teams look heading towards the upcoming season. [...]
As we’ve known for months, The Commish and his wife are expecting their first child this fall. Since that announcement, we have tried to place Justin in hypothetical situations where he will need to talk [...]
Every year, the Scripps National Spelling Bee brings fans drama, and plenty of unintentional comedy. Kids from across the country show off their ability to spell words that 99% of the world will never need [...]
Angelina Jolie is pitch perfect as Disney’s iconic villain Maleficent, and leads a visually stunning production that’s only possible flaw is, oddly enough, its take on the title character herself.
“A Million Ways to Die in the West”, Seth MacFarlane’s eagerly-anticipated follow-up to his 2012 hit Ted, should really have been titled “A Million Ways to Gross Out Audiences in a Western.”
On Wednesday afternoon, it was announced that Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer had passed at the age of 85. At the time of the sale, The Commish was just a teen who was a [...]
There’s so much to like about Chef, Jon Favreau’s return to small-scale film making after several years of working on big budget extravaganzas such as Iron Man and Cowboys and Aliens, that it’s hard to know where to start. But at its heart, Chef is a simple, intimate story of rebirth and reconnection between a father and his family, his creativity, and his own sense of self. Like a truly great gourmet dish prepared with heart and imagination, it’s many, many flavors blending together into something remarkable and worth experiencing.