Toy story 4
Liked it a lot but did not love it. The girl doll without a voice box was easily the weakest villain of the four movies. I did welt up at the end when she found herself a forever home. These movies always hit you in the feels. Yale Reardon gives this 3 stars.
Lion king 2019
I wanted to like this movie but man it did not have the magic as the original Disney. It was aesthetically maybe the best looking movie I can recall. It basically functions as planet earth 3.0. The issue was the animals talking and singing comes out weird. And the celebrity voices were almost too prevalent. Yale Reardon gives this 2 stars.
Wow. This was more of a horror movie than a super hero flick. It was dark and gritty. Joaquin may not win an award for it but he should at least be nominated. This movie stays with you a long time after you leave the theatre. Yale Reardon gives this one 4 thumbs up.
-Yale Reardon movie thoughts.
I recently announced on my Facebook the birth of our new son. It was my first post on Facebook where I was not trying to sell something in 8-9 years. The photos got a ton of engagement and as I started using Facebook more over the next couple of days that everyone interacting with the post was 40+
Everyone I know, 35 and younger, is only on Instagram/Twitter/Snapchat. I’ve found myself drifting more and more towards Linkedin. I updated my Jonathan Yale Reardon linkedin profile recently and started following thought leaders in the sales world like Todd Caponi who recently wrote The Transparency Sale & Jeremy.
Its a much more positive platform, full of information and networking to advance your career, and generally not a time suck like Facebook used to be.
Is there a better feeling than Andy experienced after getting his boys a round of beers on the rooftop? If they bottled that feeling and sold it later, it would be a million dollars.
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Now onto Zion…
I first heard of him on instagram where he was showing up on @HouseOfHightlights mixtapes but it looked like he was playing against 5″10 private school kids. I considered him a great athlete, but not a skilled player.
5 minutes into his freshman year at Duke I was in awe of his size, movements, jumping ability, and all around feel for the game. I completely had to rethink how we viewed him. Last year at Duke I thought he was a sure fire #1 overall pick but I also questioned how his height and shooting would translate to the NBA.
Then I watched his preseason game vs the Chicago Bulls. He is doing the exact same stuff he did in high school and college! I guess if you’re always the biggest, fastest, and super skilled it translate well to any level. I believe Zion will average 20+ ppg the second he starts his NBA career. Super excited to watch him this season.