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American Honey (2016)

In analyzing current cinematic trends, one need only emphasize the word “trend”, supplying an additional “y”, to convey a particular style of filmmaking as embodied by A24, Annapurna Pictures, and several other production and distribution companies producing unique, contemporary films, … Continue reading

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Star Wars in La La Land

As of late, I’ve had relatively few opportunities to go to the movie theaters, due both to a┬álack of funds (combined with avg. ticket prices of around $17) and a surfeit of media options at home, included better, older films … Continue reading

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Hunting Down Manhunt and Playing Manhunt

In keeping with the spirit of writing somewhat generic video game reviews ala my 8th grade self, I wanted to pen some words on Manhunt, which came out in 2004. I had initially intended to write about video games but … Continue reading

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Blood Pixels

In an era defined by personal technology and scale, the opportunity to control a God isn’t particularly unique. Considering we can order pizza and track its journey to our doorstep with nary a word spoken aloud, in many ways we … Continue reading

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L.A. Movies: Falling Down (1993)

Attempts to “describe” Los Angeles abound throughout art and theory and anthropology and urban development and every facet of socioeconomic analysis available. The topic of hating on L.A. is itself so cliche as to be a moot point- “I just … Continue reading

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Legend is Awful, Except for Tim Curry

The movie Legend has all the tools to be a completely fucking dope (bad) 80’s fantasy movie, and in certain ways it actually is, both bad and good (?). Considered to be a significant failure at the time, it derailed … Continue reading

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