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SXSW 2011: Nat’s Top and Bottom Five

March 31, 2011
SXSW 2011: Nat’s Top and Bottom Five

Cousin Jane recorded her top flicks of SXSW, and I figured I’d snag her coattails (how many times has “Pancake’s Top Five Girl Crushes” been in the most viewed articles?) and offer up my favorite films of the fest. I have some reviews of these on the back-burner, but my laptop is in the...
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Cereals That Have Gone To The Big Breakfast Bowl In The Sky

March 30, 2011
Cereals That Have Gone To The Big Breakfast Bowl In The Sky

All month long there have been some pretty upsetting rumors that Quaker Oats will be retiring the Cap’n Crunch cereal brand for good. This caused me great distress, because the brand is steeped in nostalgia for me. In my household, we were only allowed to have sugary cereal one time a week. I lived...
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SXSW 2011: Top Five

March 30, 2011
SXSW 2011: Top Five

Oh man. I’ve been back from Austin for two weeks now (one of which was spent in a post-festival-blues fog) and I’m already excited to go back in September for Fantastic Fest. One of my favorite things about attending a film festival is having the opportunity to see films that may have a limited...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Kumaré’

March 26, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Kumaré’

Kumaré is a good documentary. It (somewhat) does what it sets out to do, does it well, takes some daring chances, scores some laughs, and is a nice-enough movie-going experience. It’s premise is ingenious: Vikram Gandhi, a 30-ish lad of Indian descent, poses as the “enlightened guru” Kumaré and amasses a following among some of...
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RECAP: The Office ‘Garage Sale’

March 25, 2011
RECAP: The Office ‘Garage Sale’

The Office has finally stopped lollygagging around the Michael-Holly will-they/won’t-they (of course they will) question? and given us what we all expected: The Proposal, albeit coyly buried under the episode’s evasive title “Garage Sale.” But who’s complaining? In the show’s 145-episode run, it’s deftly avoided cheap sentiment, and though Michael’s erratic behavior can be...
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RECAP: Parks and Recreation: ‘Camping’

March 25, 2011
RECAP: Parks and Recreation: ‘Camping’

The Harvest Festival has come and gone (about 16 episodes earlier than I thought), and Leslie’s getting the kudos she deserves…until the city manager Paul suffers a heart attack during her recognition ceremony and collapses with a death grip on her right mammary. Nice. (And the headline “Knope Grope Is Last Hope” is the...
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New Television Show to Feature Local Kansas City Filmmakers

March 24, 2011
New Television Show to Feature Local Kansas City Filmmakers

Exciting news has been announced for the growing Kansas City Film Community. Starting this Saturday at 9:30, a new television show will feature local Kansas City filmmakers on a weekly basis. Film writers, directors and producers will appear on the show, which will run for 14 weeks on Channel 62. A watch-party premiere will...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Insidious’

March 24, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Insidious’

Insidious was one film that was high on my list of priority to view at SXSW. Essentially a haunted house genre movie, the film is from writer Leigh Whannell and director James Wan, who previously worked together on Saw. No worries, this film is more carnival fun-house ride than house of horrors. I mean...
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Notes From A Walkman Junkie: All About Ernie

March 24, 2011
Notes From A Walkman Junkie:  All About Ernie

I once encountered a misplaced mouse in the middle of my living room that I would later come to refer to as Ernie.  It was about two years ago and our contact was quite brief, spanning two, maybe three days at the most.  Of course, anyone who has ever encountered a mouse knows how...
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RIP Elizabeth Taylor

March 23, 2011
RIP Elizabeth Taylor

Screen icon Elizabeth Taylor has died at the age of 79 after a long series of health problems. Taylor was a MGM star and made her screen debut in 1942, but it wasn’t until 1944 when she appeared in National Velvet that she truly became a star. She went on to win two Oscars...
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