If you prefer your romantic comedies literally Shakespearean, Netflix also has A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Love’s Labour’s Lost, and Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing.
Drinking Buddies (2013) Mumblecore auteur Joe Swanberg made the move to the big time (or at least the less-small time), and the result is his finest achievement to date.
They played in nearly 700 NFL games combined and have enough aches and pains to keep an entire hospital staff busy.
“Every day, I wake up in pain, from my ankles to my neck,” said Ebenezer Ekuban, 40, who played defensive end for nine NFL seasons. I know what I signed up for.” Retirement is a daily exercise in managing pain, which is what brought the men to the unmarked CW Hemp offices on a recent Friday for a tour and a firsthand lesson on the potential benefits of the marijuana plant.
(Brennan Linsley/Associated Press) One by one, they entered a nondescript building on the eastern edge of town, 18,000 square feet with no signage out front. These nine former professional football players are part of the Denver Broncos Alumni Association.
Shakespeare in Love (1998) Similarly, Shakespeare in Love gets blamed sometimes for the quasi-snub of Saving Private Ryan, except which one would you rather re-watch?
Mark Norman and Tom Stoppard’s script is full of ingenious setups, callbacks, and references — and like a great play, it has enough gags for English professors and groundlings alike.
This campaign will NOT be an attack on the NFL or its current cannabinoid policy, but rather a platform to identify this as a real problem that must be addressed NOW and an opportunity to explore a potential solution to the problem.
Former professional athletes who participated in contact sports are needed for a survey study on medication/drug use and health!
[Retired players outline complaints about NFL painkiller abuse] No professional sport has so many outspoken proponents of marijuana’s medicinal qualities, but then again no sport is as closely associated with pain and injury . My body is damaged,” said Eugene Monroe, 30, who was released by the Baltimore Ravens last year three weeks after becoming the first active player to publicly call on the league to permit medical marijuana. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post) There’s still no shortage of opposition to marijuana, and many on both sides of the debate agree that further research is needed.