The J-Man Show Ep#96 – How About Them Taxes?

This week the J-Man is hanging out discussing Taxes, his animation collection, The release of Mortal Kombat, Crazed Agendas, and the anticipation of Hellboy (2019).

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The J-Man Show Ep.79: Holiday Hijinks

J-Man is coming in a moment’s notice to discuss the Holidays with you all. He’ll be looking into Baby it’s cold outside, and other SJW nonsense. He will also discuss his top 5 Christmas movies of the year, and of course gives an appropriate approach to the holidays.

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The J-Man Show#44: Popularity Be Damned

The J-Man Show is back and this time J discusses trends and Popularity and how it affects our society. He will talk about three different forms of Popularity from “General Popularity” “Fool’s Popularity,” and The ever elusive “Genuine Popularity.” He’ll expose why it can be a trap for many and how just being yourself along with acceptance of yourself can be all you need to survive in a toxic landscape. Finally J discusses “The Humble Effect” an arrogant person’s greatest nightmare.

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Bad Movie Review: Friended to Death.

Been watching some indie movies on Social Media…very interesting takes…there was one where a man faked his death to see how many people would actually turn up at his funeral.

The movie’s title is “Friended to Death.”

Just putting this out there, If anyone I know even thinks  doing something this low and dumb, consider your friendship/association with me voided.  I would say it is just a movie but I also wouldn’t be surprised if some poor idiot is attempting that “gag” as I’m typing this.

The direction of the movie was semi-decent but the characterizations were spot on regarding the action of the main character and his unwilling associate pulled into the con.   The other characters were kinda meh…like the “best friend” he was trying to impress, and the hipster roommate who functioned as the main antagonist.  There is another antagonist played by the Movie’s director who was a female carrying a grudge against the main character.  It was alright until you realized that the stakes were too outlandish even for a comedy movie.

My suspense of disbelief did die a little by the 3rd Act, but things got better and the message of real friends vs “net” friends  or Social Media superiority is not real superiority came through pretty well as soon as you get through the hell that occurs in the 2nd Act where it comes across as snarky and gross.

Other than that I’m looking to see more work comes from that production company, and I think the next movie I’ll watch is Unfriended.

Check it out for yourself and see if you like it.

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