Miami Vice

I recently went through my dvd collection and came across my favorite cop show from the 80’s…Miami Vice. This show was the shit dead up. I mean what more could you ask for in a cop show? Guns, Drugs, fly girls, flashy suits, exotic cars, Mysteries and Murders… every episode was like a mini michael bay/Jerry Bruckheimer action flick worthy of being a 4 or 5 star action movie, not to mention the fact that Miami vice also had the best sounds from the 80’s. Miami Vice paved the way for great action dramas like New York Undercover which by the way was my favorite police drama of the 90’s. Now im not going to pretend like I can do this epic series any justice with this single post, because that’s just not possible. Instead I chose to use this post as an eye into the past that will allow my fellow colleagues to specify further into the reasons why Miami Vice was one of the greatest shows ever.Check a piece from one of the best 2-part episodes Calderone’s return, where Calderone puts out a hit on Crockett and shakes up the precinct….stay tunned there is more to come… HHTT approved..

A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints

definitely one of the best films released in recent history, (2006) won numerous awards at Sundance and the Independent Spirit Awards.  A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints is based on the true-life memoirs of Dito Montiel portrayed in the film by Shia Lebouf and Robert Downey Jr. growing up in Astoria Queens in the 1980’s.  

“In the end, I left everything and everyone, but noone has ever left me”