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Why do I write

They say that, in order to be considered an "expert" of something, you have to write about that something, so you can show (and share) your knowledge with the rest of the world.
Allright, then.
Since Tv Series are my field of expertise, I'm going to write about them.
Well...not ALL of them.
I like to stay informed and have a general idea about what goes on tv, but finding the time to write about every tv series would require me 2 or 3 lifetimes, so I'll stick to my favorite ones, which actually are Bones (of course! And I'm warning you: I *could* be not completely objective on this one...), Castle, Fringe, maybe NCIS (as long as they'll decide to do something about TiVa or I'm leaving, I swear, I can't wait until the last 5 minutes of the 10th season like for JAG!), maybe House, sometimes Glee (as long as I like the songs of the week and there's some storyline development involved) and Grey's and Lie to Me, but for the last two I'm timed with the Italian broadcasting so my reviews will arrive a little bit late for you guys on the other side of the Atlantic! :P

Before to get started, I'd like to specify that English is not my mothertongue, so if you notice any mistake, you are more than welcome to let me notice it. I'm not touchy, I promise! ;)

Said that, thanks to everybody who will be so kind to join me for this ride, I hope this is the beginning of a wonderful experience, after all fandom experience is all about sharing, so...let's share, people! :)

[Feel free to leave a message in the comments, especially if you decide to start following this LJ]
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"The Mighty Macs" movie with David Boreanaz finally in theaters!!!

She Dared to Dream. They Dared to Believe.

"The Mighty Macs" movie (former "Our Lady of Victory") is finally hitting U.S. theathers since October 21st!!!

David only has a minor role (he plays the former NBA referee Ed Rush, husband of Cathy Rush, played in the movie by Carla Cugino), but the movie is great, you definitely have to go to see it (and a little help at the box office never hurts! ;) !
It is based on a true story and I really think that it is one of those stories which is really worth telling. Very inspirational indeed.

When you saw it, let me know your opinion in the comments! ;)

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