Last weekend the New England Patriots made history by coming back from a 25-point deficit at the half and winning the Super Bowl in overtime. The live coverage of the Super Bowl was just a slight indication of how crazy the comeback actually was. Without a doubt it was one of the greatest sports moments in history, regardless of who you cheer for.
There has been a lot of talk about whether Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time. He certainly made a strong case this weekend and if you look at the stats, you will agree that he is among the very best. Take a look at his Super Bowl resume.
My name is Greg Chisholm.
I am an aspiring movie critic and entertainment reporter. Before deciding to become a journalist, I was a real estate developer. By chance, I won a radio contest to go see the premiere of Anchorman 2. A friend at the time had a start up website reviewing video games, known as 3gem.ca (now NXTgem). He asked me if I wanted to try my hands at a review and I fell in love with it.
I ended up applying to journalism at Sheridan College, taking an unpaid internship at Tribute.ca where I got a real taste of what working as an entertainment reporter was like.
Since then I have been working hard to complete my course and work full time in as a journalist.
I am currently running my own blog entitled "The Super Geek" where I write reviews and track news for movies and cover news related to anything I enjoy as well as entertainment news.