Have Cheetah,Will View #385 – “Redemption” (2013)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #385 – “Redemption” (2013)

Its 7:29 pm cold/dark Last night the cheetah and I were relaxing when suddenly he tapped my leg,nodded his head and headed towards the basement. I knew that meant he wanted to watch a movie so down we went so we could pick one out. The way we do this is I pick three movies,lay … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #383 – “Forgotten Heroes: The Robert Hartsock Story” (2019)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #383 – “Forgotten Heroes: The Robert Hartsock Story” (2019)

Its 11:26 am sunny Decided to dive back into the stack of films that our friends at Mill Creek Entertainment a while back. One of the coolest things we got in this stack were three documentary films of which we have already watched and reviewed two of them. Since the cheetah and I were both … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #373 – “Trouble” (2018)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #373 – “Trouble” (2018)

Its 11:45 pm dark This is my 5th attempt to write this review…..not because of the movie but because I’m a bit blocked as of right now. But I have coffee and the cheetah is downstairs looking out his window and the day of college football is over. I picked up “Trouble” at my Family … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #372 – “Long Roads” (2019)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #372 – “Long Roads” (2019)

Its 1:27 pm rainy I find my films all sorts of ways….references,Dollar Tree,they’re sent to me,gifted,the library and the video store. Short films come from from surfing,word of mouth and from following various artists on their Twitter or other social media. Because there are so many shorts and 98% are rarely promoted well enough to … Continue reading