Have Cheetah,Will View #179 – “The Last Days of Extraordinary Lives” (2010)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #179 – “The Last Days of Extraordinary Lives” (2010)

Its 1:25 pm sunny My brother Phillip and I were talking last year and out of the blue he said he was going to link me to his Netflix and Amazon Prime accounts. I think when I told him I was getting rid of cable because its high cost that he felt bad for me … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #175 – “Meet My Valentine” (2015)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #175 – “Meet My Valentine” (2015)

It’s 5:44 pm cold/rainy As I was typing my “Human Target”review,I had a nagging feeling in my head….I had commented that the episode “Rewind” was my favorite from the first season. Part of that reason was the guest spot as a flight attendant given by an actress named Courtney Ford. It wasn’t until I had … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #169 – “Liberal Arts” (2012)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #169 – “Liberal Arts” (2012)

It’s 12:45 pm cold So about 7 months ago,my buddy Romey stumbled across a huge sale at a local library and through this sale,I picked up the first seven seasons of “How I Met Your Mother”. Of the five main actors on the show,the one I knew the least about was Josh Radnor who plays … Continue reading

Have Cheetah,Will View #166 – “Love Finds You In Sugarcreek” (2014)
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Have Cheetah,Will View #166 – “Love Finds You In Sugarcreek” (2014)

It’s 11:25 pm It was our intention to bring you a different review tonight but after we watched this neat little made for TV film,we thought we would push back our scheduled review one day. Sometimes that just happens when one reviews with a cheetah…. Joe Matthews (Tom Everett Scott) and his five year old … Continue reading