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Empire Business – Quite a Pickle

This feature is designed to give you a more transparent look into the day to day decisions and inner workings of the Bald Move empire, exclusively for our club members.  In honor of one of the all-time great series and the one that gave us our start, we’re calling it Empire Business.  It isn’t meant to be a regular weekly feature, it’s more of a “whenever we have something interesting to talk about and remember to turn the mics on” kind of thing. We hope you enjoy it.

Bald Movies – 1917 (2020)

Tonight Jim and I went to see Sam Mendes’ WW1 film, 1917. It was a truly harrowing experience, and a strangely intimate piece despite the grand scale of the theater and war itself. George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman do incredible work forging an emotional connection with the audience in a very short amount of screen time. The movie is paced flawlessly, shot beautifully, whether it’s the pitiless hell of no-man’s land or a burning French town illuminated chiefly by the harsh flat light of flares as the British and German troops play a deadly game of cat and mouse. It’s an extremely tough watch in places, but an effective reminder of the horrors and pointless futility of war.

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A Christmas Story (1983)

In the final installment of McAllister McClanemas 2: Christmas Harder, Jim and A.Ron breakdown the beloved Christmas classic, “A Christmas Story”, starring Peter Billingsley. Merry Christmas everybody, hope you enjoy! Join the discussion:  Email  |  Forums Follow us: Twitter  |  Instagram  |  Facebook

Bald Movies – Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker (2019)

Jim and I saw a Star Wars film tonight.  We were displeased. If you loved or liked the film, we’re really happy for you. But this trilogy wasn’t for us, much like it’s father, the prequel trilogy before it. If you hate the film, we totally get that, too. All we ask is that you try to be happy for the people who are happy, and try to be understanding to the people who are feeling a bit numb like us.  We’ll be back in 2020 for some more awesome movies, and probably a few that will suck, as is tradition. See you then!