Going to fetch my heart in San Francisco.

January 25, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in orgconfuz | Leave a comment

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Lots of things happening right now, but first and foremost… My move to San Francisco is official! I will be packing up and heading west as soon as next week. What this means for Organized Confusion? I’m not sure. Maybe I’ll see a movie or two on the way… otherwise, the next post will be coming from the opposite coast. 😀 Yay!

Yes, the Tony Bennett reference is a bit much, but I can’t help but be giddy.


The Organized Confusion Playlist – Episode #3

January 18, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in music, tv shows | Leave a comment


NEW EPISODE of The Organized Confusion Playlist!


Go see Paul Blart: Mall Cop!

January 16, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in movies | Leave a comment
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I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage everyone to go see Paul Blart: Mall Cop this weekend.

An old high school Thespian classmate of mine is in it, Stephen Rannazzisi. From what I can see from the trailer and the exclusive clips on the offical website, Steve plays a disgruntled hostage that may know Blart personally and looks down on his ability to protect the mall. Steve just recently became a father, so I plan go to support the box office opening weekend and I hope you will too!

The Reader

January 14, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in movies | 1 Comment

ROHL: Societies like to think they operate by something called morality. But they don’t. They operate by something called law… Remember, the question is never ‘Was it wrong?’ but ‘Was it legal?’ And not by our laws, no, by the laws at the time.
DIETER: (frowns, unhappy): But isn’t that… narrow?
ROHL: Yes. The law is narrow.


The Reader
AMC Stony Brook – January 14

Semi-spontaneously, I went to see The Reader today as a matinee with my Mom – which is exactly how it should be seen. Despite the matinee senior citizen crowd, this is a gentle film with hard subject matter.

Continue Reading The Reader…

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