Daniel Craig, James Bond 007, No Time to Die, It Was About Time

No Time to Die official poster Daniel Craig James Bond 007

Daniel Craig with his latest James Bond 007 No Time to Die is at the cinemas and it was about time. I’m so looking forward to legendary cars, a briefcase of gadgets, and a stylish wardrobe. But to seeing more of Bond’s more human, vulnerable side too.

I love a good thriller, book or movie, the kind that has that escaping quality about it. The kind that takes you to exotic locations, or uncovers cyber terrorism and power play, and media intrusion too – socially relevant themes but still a fantasy for the average bystander.

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SAS Red Notice, How Sam Heughan ‘s Performance Saved it

SAS Red Notice Sam Heughan performance saves it

SAS Red Notice might be full of explosive situations, but the only real fuse burning through its story-line is Sam Heughan ‘s performance.

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Silent Heroes, When Love and Values Are Worth Fighting for, 1 Year Anniversary

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Celebrate with me Silent Heroes, When Love and Values Are Worth Fighting for and its 1 year anniversary from its publishing debut on Amazon.
Looking at war from the perspective of all those sucked into it, civilians, soldiers, military working dogs, MWD, and eve belligerents, Silent Heroes is a narrative about the value of life and the necessity of combat; the terror of dying; the ordeal of seeing your loved ones and your platoon-mates killed in front of your eyes; the trauma of taking a human life.

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On the Sunny Side of the Street with John Mahoney, Marty Crane, Frasier

Sunny Side of the Street, Marty Crane, Frasier

‘Frasier” has to be one of my all time favorite TV comedy shows, with Marty Crane and his best friend Eddie the dog (a Jack Russell Terrier) my favorite characters.

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Angela Gheorghiu performs Tatăl Nostru in a deserted Bucharest

Renowned Romanian soprano Angela Gheorghiu performed ‘Tatăl Nostru‘, Pater Noster or the Lord’s Prayer, accompanied by Romanian violonist Alexandru Tomescu in front of the Romanian Atheneum, in a deserted Bucharest.

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