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Imposing Order Where Chaos Reigned

In the graphic novel “The Killing Joke” by Alan Moore, the Joker tells Batman that “if [he’s] going to have a past, [he] prefer it be multiple choice.” From Cesar Romero to Jack Nicholson to Mark Hamill, there have been scores of actors to play ...

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A common theme in science fiction is humanity’s search for intelligent life beyond our own. Beyond simple curiosity, I’ve never been quite sure we’d want to find it. Humans, as a group, are awful. We treat each other terribly, cause mass ... Read more

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As a general rule, turning short sketch comedy into feature length film isn’t a great idea. If “Saturday Night Live” has taught us anything (and I’m not sure it has) it’s this. Beyond 1980’s The Blues Brothers and 1992’s Wayne’s World, you’d be ... Read more

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The 2008 financial crisis will likely be remembered as one of the most devastating events in modern history. While it doesn’t carry the same emotional weight as the tragedy of September 11th, 2001, its effects are likely as far reaching. The ... Read more

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“Can an entire city be haunted? Haunted as some houses are supposed to be haunted?” Mike Hanlon asks this question in the first interlude of Stephen King’s sprawling, complex novel “It”. “It” is likely my favorite of King’s books, as unfocused ... Read more

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In a given year, there are around 600–800 feature films released in North America. You’d be surprised to learn that only a fraction of those movies are released by Disney or involve superheroes (or are released by Disney AND involve superheroes) ... Read more

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