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Hurts So Good

 

Aw, Man

 

Wave Goodbye

 

The Long of It

 

Speaking of Suicide…

 

Crawl for Your Oscar, Leo

 

Tarantinope

 

I See You, 2016

 

Awake My Soul

 

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Phillips: Screwed Driver

A normal response to having heard of the harrowing rescue of kidnapped cargo ship captain Richard Phillips was “Wow, I wonder how they got him out alive.” That said, nobody actually wanted every single detail. Captain Phillips covers every tiny aspect so thoroughly that it makes no sense why it feels so “Hollywood staged.” When you work with a story so publicized and recent that everyone knows the end, you can’t...


Grindhouse Ground Out

I have a friend who tells this one joke where it takes an eternity to get to the punch line. And that’s the real joke: that you donated so much of your time for such a small amount of pleasure. The psychology behind my friend’s “humor” has apparently become writer/director Robert Rodriguez’s mission statement. Machete was fairly amusing when it played in Grindhouse as a trailer for a film that didn’t actually...


She Needed Her Space

Gravity is really pretty, really smart, really thrilling, really well directed (way to go Alfonso Cuarón!), really well written (you too, Jonás Cuarón!) and really well acted (much love, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney). Go see it, you’ll love it, but let’s put a pin in all that for a minute, mmkay? Everyone is focusing on the kick-ass “real science” that informed Gravity or hotly Twitter-fighting about whether...


Race Scar Drivers

Here in ‘Murica, when we watch cars go round in circles while Kid Rock’s “Bawitaba” plays in the background, we have the decency to let the walking billboards who are driving vehicular billboards have a roof on their car. That way, they only die sometimes, as opposed to Europe’s Formula 1 circuit where they die all the freakin’ time. Formula 1 was created by people whose first attempt at creating a sport was...


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