Close Encounters

Last night for the very first time, I saw the 1977 Steven Spielberg classic, Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind.

Again, like Satan’s Triangle, we have another movie made in the 70s that was simply amazing.

Wow, I don’t even know where to begin. UFO sightings are becoming more frequent in the United States and across the world. So frequent in fact, that it’s impossible for the government and the military to hide it from the population.

It’s hard to write this review without giving away the entire movie, it’s just something you have to see if you have an interest in UFOs and extraterrestrials.

I’ve always believed in life elsewhere in the universe, but after watching this movie something made a whole lot of sense.

The character Richard Dreyfuss played, Roy; that trance-like obsession where you’re using art as an outlet to make sense of something. I’ve been there and I’ve experience it-drawing something over and over again.

Well, what we find out later in the movie is that all the people from all over the world who were drawing, or painting, or making that mountain image, where being called by the extraterrestrials.

The extraterrestrials were communicating with them telepathically, and what the people were actually obsessing over was a monument or a marker at the location where the UFOs were landing.

The extraterrestrials wanted these individuals, it was their calling, but the government was using the military to wall off the public from discovering the landing site.


Movie: Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind.

Release Date: 1977

Director: Steven Spielberg

Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Francois Truffaut, Terri Garr, and Melinda Dillion.

Rating: 5 out of 5 Clapboards 🎬🎬🎬🎬🎬

Too Much Deception For Me

Yesterday, I was asked about my opinions concerning the war in the Ukraine, and I had to be honest. I tuned out a long time ago. There was actually a good story shaping up in the Ukraine, and I was on it from the beginning.

Remember when..

Volodymyr Zelenskiy was accusing former President Petro Poroshenko of running away from charges that I think involved treason, and Poroshenko was accusing new President, Zelenskiy, of silencing political opposition?

That’s what I was following, Ukraine was a nation divided, and things were getting interesting. And in all fairness, treason and silencing political opposition goes on all the time here in the United States, but we don’t push the issue far enough to divide the country into civil war or starting a new government.

Anyway, all of a sudden, Russia was on Ukraine’s border threatening to invade.

“Wow, how convenient was that,” I said to myself. “I guess the people of Ukraine are going to put their problems aside and unite to defend their country. What else can they do?”

That’s when I tuned out of the Ukraine/Russian situation. Again, this another situation the United States should not be involved in, and for the life of me, I can’t understand why American citizens are being forced to show support for the Ukraine.

I’ll tune back in when Russia leaves and the regularly scheduled show resumes.


Ukrainian Flag
International Maritime Flag; Meaning: A Desire to Communicate

Independence Day

With LIFE, LIBERTY, The PURSUIT of HAPPINESS, and SOVEREIGNTY amongst the people, those of us here at Nooz Buffet would like to wish everyone a happy Independence Day.

Today is about your freedom as an individual. It’s about you having the ability to enjoy and exercise your God-given natural rights as a human being. It’s about a quality of life free from control, tyranny, and oppression.

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Movie Review

I’ve shared some good movies with you, and you can’t deny that. Here’s another, it’s an oldie but a goodie.

The Land That Time Forgot:

Directed by Kevin Connor, and written by Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn; Starring Doug McClure, John McEnery, Susan Penhaligon, and Keith Barron.

This movie was released towards the end of November in 1974 in the U.S. and the U.K, and sold almost 2 million movie tickets in France.

There’s two things I loved about this movies besides for Susan Penhaligon and Susan Penhaligon’s lips, and that was the surprise element and the fantasy. When the movie begins it appears to be a situation of conflict during WWI as a submarine surfaces from the deep.

A small group floating along in the dense fog sees the sub rise, and they happen to be the only survivors from a ship the submarine sunk. Realizing this could be their last chance of survival, the small group decided to take it over and attempt to steer it into the hands of local authorities.

Fast forward a bit:

The ocean water is tested and the men on the submarine are shocked to see it’s mixture of fresh water (they’re in the south Atlantic I believe). When they look to see where the source is they notice a small opening to what appears to be a cave. They descend the depths once again and steer the sub through the small opening and when the come out on the other side, they find themselves a million years in the past.

A group of modern military men suddenly find themselves in the presence of Neanderthals and dinosaurs!


I gave this movie a 5 Clapboard Rating. It was enjoyable to watch, there was never a dull moment, and the blend between reality and fantasy was enough to drive the imagination.

Jack Reacher

I bought The Enemy by Lee Child around 2011. The book was awesome, and I was shocked because it was one of those books on the shelf in the food store that you throw in the cart while shopping.

The book was awesome, and Jack Reacher was a bad ass. I thought the character was well developed, and I had this image in my head of what Jack Reacher looked like while reading it.

Around a year later, the movie came out. It was called Jack Reacher, and I was like oh boy I gotta see this.

And then…..

I saw Tom Cruise was playing Jack Reacher. LOL. Nothing against Tom Cruise, nothing at all. He’s been consistent throughout his career and starred in some of the most memorable and beloved movies of all time (Outsiders, A Few Good Men etc.). What about Live Die Repeat? Amazing.

Anyway, I had someone different pictured in my mind for the Jack Reacher part-that’s all. I didn’t know who, but Tom Cruise wasn’t it.

And then…..

I Just saw today, Reacher, the show on Amazon.

Alan Ritchson, that’s all I have to say. He can play Jack Reacher. I don’t know how many of you saw Blood Drive, but Alan Ritchson is a badass.

Capricorn One

All hail the journalist! The real journalist who’s committed to finding the truth and getting to the bottom of a story is a Hero because the American public needs and deserves the truth.

Let me just give you my opinion about how this movie came to me because it has been out a long time (Initial Release Date 12/17/1977) and yet, I’ve never even heard of it. So, I think this movie came to me because I’ve been reading Barbara Hand Clow’s book, Chiron Rainbow Bridge Between the Inner and Outer Planets. Her book is about the discovery of the planetary body, Chiron, and how its discovery coincides with an age of spiritual progress and healing on Earth. The discovery date for Chiron was 11/1/1977. When a planetary body is first discovered, trends in the culture are analyzed to create an archetype for its energies, but Clow didn’t mention Capricorn One.

What a movie! We rated it 5 out of 5 Clapboards.

Capricorn One

Initial Release: December 17, 1977

Director: Peter Hyams

Producer: Paul N. Lazarus III

Cast: James Brolin, Elliot Gould, Sam Waterston, O.J. Simpson, Brenda Vaccaro, and Hal Holbrook

With under 30 seconds until launch, the flight crew is abruptly interrupted and forced to evacuate the cockpit of Capricorn One, which is headed to Mars. The astronauts (Brolin, Gould, Simpson) were immediately taken to a hidden facility where they learned the Mars mission was going to be faked. They were asked to cooperate and help coordinate the hoax, but these gentlemen were devastated. They joined NASA because conquering the final frontier (space) was their dream. They were honest, they believed, and their families believed.

Luckily a journalist was starting to pick up on the clues, and with his life in jeopardy, he continued pursuing the story. Eventually, he saved the day, and help bring the truth to light.

If government coverups and space travel interest you then this movie is a must see. You’ll be blown away by how easily the American public can be deceived, and the lengths special interest groups and government personnel will go to present, coverup, and perpetuate a lie.


The Humanity Bureau

Rating: 🎬🎬🎬🎬🎬

Top Actors/Actresses: Nicolas Cage, Sarah Lind (😍), Hugh Dillon, Jakob Davies, and Vicellous SHannon

Time: 94 minutes

Year: 2017

I loved this movie, and it actually gave me chills. I should probably let you know this isn’t a true movie review. Sometimes when I watch a movie I like and consider good, it usually awakens something in me, resonates with me, or gets the wheels turning. The Humanity Bureau did all three.

The movie takes place post-food shortage, post-economic collapse, post-modern civil war, and post-total breakdown. The government gave up and turned the reins over to a corporation that’s monitoring and controlling the people of America. Walls were built all around the country to close off the borders. Citizens had to produce and be considered an asset just to stay in a dirty dwelling with contaminated water. If you were unproductive, The Humanity Bureau would take you to a new colony know as New Eden.

That’s all I’m going to tell you about the movie. You really need to watch it for yourself, and I’m not going to ruin that for you.

My thoughts: Anytime someone mentions building walls and or securing a border, I always wonder, is it to stop people from coming in, or prevent the people inside from leaving. In this movie it was the latter. In reality it does both. I’m not going to argue that what took place in the movie is happening in real life, because….it was just a movie.

BUT, I’m starting to see a common thread.

Anyone who prevents you from living your life and pursuing liberty and freedom is an enemy. Everyone in that movie told Nicolas cage he would never make it out of the current situation. They gave every reason; the radiation was too high, the people out there will rape and kill you, you’re not going to make it because no one ever does, etc. etc.

Anyone who infringes on your God-given freedom is your enemy. Be extremely wary of the people who are forcing you to do something.

Have a good evening and a blessed day tomorrow!

KNIGHTFALL; Capturing the Essence of the Time

I’ve written one or two blog articles about the show KnightFall, and that’s because…. it’s just that good. The other night I tweeted, “From creator to creator, The writers of KnightFall did a fabulous job capturing the essence of the time. Good job!”

I should probably first mention that I’m ordering the episodes from Google Play because the show was actually cancelled in 2020 after two seasons.

When I finished watching the first season I said to myself, that was good, but it was good in a different way than I’m feeling right now after watching the sixth episode from Season 2. At the end of season 1, I had that attachment to certain characters that we all experience when we start watching a new show we like. I went along with all the highs and lows of each episode-some left me upset, and some were quite pleasing. After I watched the final episode my reaction was, “Are you f*cking kidding me?” I could not believe it. I think we all loved Queen Joan as much as Landry did.

I wasn’t even sure if would keep watching the show because I felt like Joan was that important to the storyline. I mean how could the show go on without the Queen?

It did though, and not only did it go on, Joan’s legacy and affair with Landry is still the driving force behind everything that’s playing out.

Season 2 gripped me in a completely different way. I just read last night that the show is based on actual events between the Army of France and the Templars-I think the actual date was October 13, 1307 (Don’t quote me on that date, but I’m close).

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Now, lets get to how watching this show has clarified world history as it was written. When episode 6, Blood Drenched Stone ended last night, a whole bunch of stuff clicked. First of all, if you’re into the show, you’re into the drama of it. King Phillips Army invaded the Templar’s castle, but they arrived with the Pope on their side after convincing him the Templars were heretics and idol worshippers. The Templars fight for God, and their relationship with the Pope was very important since he is the holiest man on earth. Before King Phillip’s Army attacked, the pope convinced some Templars including the Grand Master to surrender their swords and face the charges. Landry pleads for them not to because it was a trap, and indeed it was. The Pope promised a fair trial, but as soon as they got in front the King, well, the King was running the show. While the Templars who surrendered to the King were killed and tortured, the other Brothers fought with the King’s invading army.

My heart was with the Templars last night. I wanted them to defend their castle, preserve the life of Landry’s baby daughter, and destroy the Kings army. They did the best they could, but the King’s army was much greater in numbers, and they were led by Gwaine. Gwaine was a Templar, but left the order after a falling out with Landry. Gwaine was given a second chance at life by helping the King. He had a lot of hate for his former brothers, and King Phillip, well, we know why he was mad.

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All of this is happened because Landry fell in love with Queen Joan, and eventually, he got her pregnant. Queen Joan was married to King Phillip. So there’s all this hate, rage and anger in the King, and rightfully so. Not only did his wife cheat on him, but she got pregnant by a man who was supposed to be like a brother to him. That love affair caused King Phillip to murder his wife, go after her baby when he realized it was saved, and want to completely wipe out the Templars and kill Landry. He went crazy. I mean events like this are monumental; they change the course of history!

What clicked? This story is supposed to have taken place sometime during the early 1300’s, approximately 450 years before America and the Declaration of Independence, but it all makes sense. The Templers vanished and went into hiding before disappearing and blending in with the normal citizens of the world. Yes, absolutely. The King was the ruler and most powerful man in France. He was behind the murder of a Pope. He could get away with anything, and that’s not a good thing if you were under his rule. Don’t underestimate the power of love.

People escaped Europe to find freedom, better quality of living, and safety. Yes, absolutely. The Founding Fathers were former Templars. They probably were. America and the formation and establishment of our system all makes sense now. Our rights, the separation between church and state, checks and balances, the presidential term limits; everything created to prevent a system were a King comes to power and rules over a population. It all makes sense.

Once again, the writers did a fabulous job, and I can’t believe this show wasn’t picked up for a third season. Oh well, at least I can still purchase the final two episodes of season 2.

Good Night!


I was a little late with KNIGHTFALL, a show produced for the History Channel. The first episode aired in December, 2017, and I started purchasing episodes on Google Play in 2019, but I must say, I was hooked thereafter.

I’m not going to lie, this show has mixed reviews with the most critical pointing out certain historical inaccuracies. Others talked about quality; the show looked cheap; a low budget knockoff of something much better.

For me personally, KNIGHTFALL is amazing, and I say “is” because I’m still purchasing episodes from season 2. Unfortunately, Season 2 is the end. The final episode aired in May, 2019, and the History Channel announced their cancellation of Season 3 in May, 2020.

It’s not the newest show, but it’s still fairly new. People can argue about specifics, but I think this show captured all the important elements from a time I absolutely love. I love the Medieval/Victorian Era and everything that comes with it. Kings and Queens, the Templars, war, the struggle for territory in Europe, the Holy Grail, King Arthur, the power and influence of the church and Pope; KNIGHTFALL has it all, comingled with the shows natural plot, which by the way, is what roped me in. πŸ‘

“The Iceman”

Movie Review

Subconsciously, I must be on a Ray Liotta binge as of late because Iceman is the second movie of his that I saw in the month or so, but to tell you the truth, it’s really easy to forget that Liotta is even in the movie because it focuses so much on the Ice Man, Richard Kuklinski.

I didn’t even know The Iceman existed until seeing it on Youtube last month, but believe me, that takes nothing away from this movie. It came out in 2012, and Michael Shannon does an amazing job at capturing the audience, and taking us on this wild ride through the life and times of a real killer.

Richard Kuklinski was a hitman for hire, and killing was not only how he supported his family, but it actually became a way of life. Between the mid to late 60’s, and I think it was 1985 or 1986, Kuklinski is said to have killed between 100 and 250 people.

Ray Liotta plays a powerful a “mobster” in this film known in real life as Roy Demeo, who initially has a problem with the Iceman while Kuklinski was working in a pornogrhapy lab in Manhattan. After the incident, however, DeMeo is somewhat intrigued and interested in Kuklinski, and ends up putting him on his payroll as a hitman.

There really isn’t a dull moment in this movie, and honestly, I’m surprised that I was actually able to find such a quality copy available for free on Youtube, but I did, and I watched the entire movie, and I’d watch it again. It was that good.

What I find so interesting, is how the Iceman was able to consistently kill so many people over such a long period of time without getting caught. You want to talk about a journey through the mind of a madman, this guy could hack a person into pieces, and then go home and have dinner with his family. I couldn’t believe how he was able to keep his life of crime a secret for long. He did though.

Richard Kuklinski was in prison for 17 years, where he ended up dying at the age of 70 in 2005. I highly recommend this movie, and I garuntee you, before it’s over, in some weird way, you’ll be captured, and become sympathetic towards this monster.

We gave the Iceman Starring Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, James Franco, Ray Liotta, and Chris Evans “5 Takes.”