Like any job, the game of movie blogging has its ups and downs. There are the truly wonderful days — the ones that involve meeting people whose work you’ve loved for years or seeing something special on a set or in an interview — that remind you that you are getting paid to do the coolest job on Earth. And there are the boring days, the ones where 50 uninteresting news items are stacked up in your inbox and if you’d like to continue to be competitive, gain readership and afford to eat in the future, you have to somehow write about them — and be interesting. The boring days are decidedly more frequent, but the exciting days make it all worth it. This may not seem like it, but it’s one of those exciting days. Not because I’m on a movie set or heading out to interview a big name, but because we’ve reached a milestone. One that is a testament to a love for film, because that’s the driving force behind some projects — especially those like Fat Guys at the Movies, a now 200-episode old podcast hosted by yours truly.