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Speaking of Unholy Abominations…

 

Never Go “Full Arthouse”

 

Ride this Dragon

 

United in Praise

 

Twitter Wars: A New Nope

 

Can Mew Dig It?

 

Fashion Backward

 

Yas, Queens!

 

Beasts of Burden

 

That Boy Ain’t Right

 

Twitter Hype Damned

The advent of social media did more than just open up a new way for perverted manbabies to harass women for the audacious crime of daring to be a woman; it gave every Tom, Dick and Dick (there are a lot of Dicks on social media) a tiny personal megaphone through which to yell whatever they want out into the ether. In my little corner of the world, this completely changed film forever…for the best and worst.

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Videothumbnail zootopia officialtrailer disney a4d0f4ce I Can’t Believe They Went Hare

Here we go again, yet another CGI-animated children’s movie about the tyranny of unspoken stereotypical racial beliefs that also acts as a metaphor for the explosion of crack-cocaine in the black community in the 1980s… What? You’re saying that’s not what the Shrek series was about?

Zootopia is, ahem, a “strange beast.” It’s endowed with the cutesy-wootsy trappings of adorable talking animals but fueled by a...


Where to invade next Red, White and Very Blue

I don’t know who Michael Moore is making movies for at this point. That’s not an indictment or even a suggestion that Where to Invade Next isn’t fascinating. It’s just that, by this point in his outspoken career, Moore is essentially Voldemort to conservatives and a somewhat boorish mouthpiece for liberal ideology. If his intent is to educate or influence those who don’t agree with him, he will continue to fail...


Maxresdefault (4) F This Movie

The precise moment that Gods of Egypt really becomes Gods of Egypt is when a god seduces the woman he has kidnapped by explicitly stating how much he likes raping her, and the woman flirtatiously responds by explicitly stating how much she likes being raped. Gods of Egypt fancies itself as a modern update on classic fantasy epics, but all that director Alex Proyas succeeds at is stitching together the worst parts of...


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