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Picking on Critics and Critics’ Picks


Killing Expectations


Emotion Motion


The Core of Apple’s Man


Less Peak, More Valley


Lower-Case Spielberg


Say Her Name, Say Her Name


Juarez: What Is It Good For?




Bad Advice

Featuring an all-star cast of irreproachable actors…and also Cameron Diaz, The Counselor had Ridley Scott at the helm and an original screenplay written by Cormac McCarthy. All the ingredients in this cinematic recipe are independently delicious; so why does the final meal taste like week-old dumpster pizza with extra anchovies?

From the first sequence, which features Michael Fassbender’s nameless character...


Seeing as how IRL, nobody can stop typing on various devices long enough to talk to each other with their mouth parts, why make a movie that could be called Watch ‘em Type? The Fifth Estate is Keystrokes: The Movie, a flat, dull, repetitive dud made modestly palatable because nobody doesn’t like the taste of Benedict Cumberbatch, the British treat.

You could make an interesting movie about Julian Assange...

All My Friends Are Dead (Part Two)

Despite the existence of Internet comments and the fact that some consider “rape humor” appropriate, I like to believe in the innate goodness of people. As someone who sees popular culture in all its forms as both a mirror to reflect the world and a tool to shape it, I tend to prefer art that inspires rather than that which darkens. The brief, momentary thrill of a character placed in danger is so fleeting...

All My Friends Are Dead (Part One)

Disclaimer 1: This will be long. So long I am splitting it into two articles.


Disclaimer 2: I am not a troll. I am not a hipster. I am not someone who feels the need to either disagree with others to make myself feel joy nor someone who considers something with mass appeal inherently flawed. The lowest level of criticism is deciding not to like something everyone else does.

Disclaimer 3: Don’t read if...

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Apollo Creed's son gets trained by Rocky in a surprisingly beautiful boxing flick.


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

The final chapter in what has been anything but "young adult" content.



A woman and her child trapped alone in a room. That's the plot.



An intimate portrait of the fight for women's voting rights in early 1900s England.



Bond takes a step back, as this blend of cheese and grit does not work.


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