The concept of the International Crown tournament was great, but some changes should be made before the second playing of the match play event, says ESPN.com's Michael Collins.
Paperback Romance movie trailer - starring Anthony LaPaglia, Gia Carides, Marshall Napier, Rebecca Gibney, Robyn Nevin, Jacek Koman. Directed by Ben Lewin. Genre: Comedy
Michael Collins likes Sergio Garcia's decision to give Rickie Fowler an 18-foot putt at the Match Play Championship.
A rogue gunman is assassinating high-ranking military officers one by one. When Gunnery Sgt. Brandon Beckett (Chad Michael Collins, Sniper: Reloaded) is informed his father, legendary shooter Thomas Beckett (Tom Berenger) has been killed, Brandon springs into action to take out the perpetrator. But when his father rescues him from an ambush, Brandon realizes he’s a pawn being played by his superiors to draw out the killer. It’s up to the two men, bound by blood, to bring an end to the carnage.
While a venue change is good idea, Michael Collins says taking away the one-and-done format would be the wrong move for the WGC-Match Play.
Michael Collins investigates a new tool for golfers, the TrackMan. While it is available to anyone, it costs $20,000 and players on the PGA Tour are buying it out of their own pockets. Why, you ask? Watch and see.
Author Charles Bukowski's semi-autobiographical story of an alcoholic writer's life. Fine performances by Rourke and Dunaway!
Common Sense Media reviews Youth in Revolt for kids and families.
How would you make the Presidents Cup better? ESPN.com's Michael Collins believes the issue might be beyond the format.
The saga of Neil Armstrong, Col. Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and col. Michael Collins and the events leading up to the historic week in July, 1969, is recreated in “FOOTPRINTS ON THE MOON.” This color film traces the space odyssey of Astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins from the tense preparation during the weeks before blastoff through the magnificent descent into the black shadow on the moon’s surface, to final splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. “Footprints on the Moon” contains footage filmed by the astronauts themselves as well as the vast film crew assembled at Cape Kennedy and the Houston Space Center. Directed by William Gibson, the film also includes television transmissions from space, many of which have never been seen by the general public. The screenplay by aerospace writer and consultant Robert Scott compares the Apollo moonflight with man’s age-old dreams of space travel. Particularly as envisioned by Jules Verne 145 years ago. From the prologue to the final fade-out, the text illuminates, in its compression of events, man’s greatest journey of all time. Opening with the launch at Cape Kennedy, “Footsteps on the Moon” shows a never-before filmed separation of the stages of the Saturn rocket and the actual descent and landing on the moon. Exciting footage of the moonwalk and the spectacular docking with the command module is also included. Noted space architect Wernher Von Braun served in a dual capacity as technical advisor and narrator of this historic film document.
YOUTH IN REVOLT is an outrageous and heartwarming tale of Nick Twisp (Michael Cera) and his quest to win the heart of Sheeni (newcomer Portia Doubleday) and hopefully lose his virginity along the way. Based on C.D. Payne's cult-hit novel of the same name, YOUTH IN REVOLT is directed by Miguel Arteta ("The Good Girl") and features an all-star ensemble cast including: Steve Buscemi, Ray Liotta, Justin Long, Jean Smart, Ari Graynor, Fred Willard, Zach Galifianakis, Mary Kay Place and more.
The way to Bubba-proof Augusta National's par-5 13th hole isn't to make it longer. ESPN.com's Michael Collins says make the hole shorter and put the tee box left.
After five wins, including a major, the crying Bubba Watson may be gone. And an emotional Michael Collins thinks that's just fine.
A gang of thieves led by American Eddy (Reed de Rouen) kill a security guard during a botched safe robbery and flee with his daughter (Leigh Madison) as a hostage. They hide out in a dangerously unstable old warehouse for a couple of days awaiting their getaway ship to sail, but Johnny (Kenneth Cope) falls for the girl - provoking a serious falling-out and a violent conclusion to the disastrous heist.
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