Last night I watched a documentary on Jesse Owens.2 I am looking forward to the 2015 biopic Race starring Stephan James who will play Olympic legend Jesse Owens. This is the work of director Stephen Hopkins' which began shooting on 24 July 2014 in Montreal, and on location at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin. The film will be released in April 2015.
I put the following pieces of prose and prose-poetry together as a single literary package after watching Hitchcock, a 2012 American biographical dramafilm based on Stephen Rebello's non-fiction book Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho. The film was released on 23 November 2012; I saw this dramafilm two years and two months later, yesterday evening 17/1/'151 on TV, in Tasmania Australia. In 2015 was entering the last decade of late adulthood, the years from 60 to 80 according to one model of human development used by psychologists.
A horrifyingly good re-release of a remake.
For those in need of a good laugh.
Too much Daffy Duck is not a good thing.
Templars deserved better.
Stupidly long titles and filler.
PES makes a stunning comeback on PS4 and Xbox One.
Flying high on the wings of a dragon.
Faster, stronger, higher, better.
Borderlands 3: The Prelude.
Bringing balance to the Skylanders force.
Stingy survival joins creepy horror.
Natural (gamer) selection.