Almost weekly, Triniman catches new movies, and adds one or two CDs to his collection. Due to time constraints, he blogs about only 5% of the CDs, books and DVDs that he purchases. Holed up in the geographic centre of North America, the cultural mecca of Canada, and the sunniest city north of the 49th, Winnipeg, Triniman blogs a bit when he's not swatting mosquitoes, shovelling snow or golfing.
Cold, cerebral story of the origins of the CIA rewards those with patience, but lacks action and leaves tension uncorked.
The chase thriller is not a genius story but is well executed, despite the historical inaccuracies.
Blood Diamond delivers its intended comment on diamonds, but is too long and tedious. Oh, yes...there will be blood.
007 origin story is gritty with a menacing, masculine Bond and a refreshing lack of camp, cartoonish adversaries and gadgets.
Ethno-ambient cinematic music beautifully recorded with a host of top talented female singers, but lacking in distinctive, memorable material.
Tight, razor sharp thriller that makes the current crop of films pale in comparison. Scorcese does it again.
Showing their age, but performing admirably, The Who rocked 10,000 fans in Winnipeg after a 30-year return.
Favorites of Garrison Keillor, the Wailin' Jennys performed a rare hometown performance in Winnipeg, tripling their ticket sales.
Black-gothic-symphonic-thrash metal pioneers Celtic Frost return to form after a long hiatus.
Rewards you with subsequent listens, this mature offering shows that Iron Maiden are still at the top of their game.