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Your Honor, We Object To Movie Clichés

Clichés exist for a reason. They are essentially repetitions of themes, of esthetically pleasing ideas and phrases that were at one time wise and powerful observations of the human condition.

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Coo Coo Ca Choo, Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith’s latest film “Tusk” asks a very simple question: “Is man, indeed, a walrus at heart?” The answer is unequivocally, “No.” more »

Oct 2, 2014 Reviews

Time Again for Fiddle-Dee-Dee

I saw “Gone with the Wind” for the first time in my high school world history class. I have little doubt that I had no real appreciation for the film at the time, although I’m sure I was thrilled to spend the majority of the week ... more »

Sep 25, 2014 Reviews

Feuding Over A Fossil Named “Sue”

This has been one of the more barren years for Hollywood film. Not much worth seeing has been released in theaters the past few weeks, beyond the re-released anniversary editions of ... more »

Sep 11, 2014 Reviews

New “Sin City” Is A Sexist Bore

When the first “Sin City” came out, I was nearing the end of my critical theory class in college. We were assigned to take one of the varying critical approaches and apply it to piece of modern media. more »

Sep 4, 2014 Reviews

The People We Once Were

“​The One I Love” is a film that illustrates the diversity of the romantic comedy category. A significant part of the film explores the differences between idealized versions of a partner. more »

Aug 28, 2014 Reviews

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