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Notes From A Walkman Junkie: Thirty-Six Female Fell On Face

August 30, 2013
Notes From A Walkman Junkie:  Thirty-Six Female Fell On Face

“Thirty-six female fell on face.” That was the last noted, and fairly well documented event in my life at the age of thirty-six. I am now thirty-eight and have been thinking quite a bit lately about loss and other fucked things. These thoughts have lead me to recall the not so pleasant details of...
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Movie Review: Closed Circuit

August 28, 2013
Movie Review: Closed Circuit

There’s nothing horrendously wrong with Closed Circuit. It has intrigue, is well shot and cast, easy to follow, and has a light air of sophistication that all British thrillers seem to possess. The premise is interesting, and, to be fair, I’m the mother of all suckers for anything British — especially if it’s a...
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Movie Review: The World’s End

August 23, 2013
Movie Review: The World’s End

Who else but Edgar Wright can draw so much pathos and emotion from almost nothing at all? “Nothing” in the sense that when his best films Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and now, The World’s End jerk you into seriousness, you’re surprised by how you care about the characters – before then it’s...
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Movie Review: Jobs

August 16, 2013
Movie Review: Jobs

Why they didn’t go with the title jObs is anyone’s guess. At the end of the film, we see a comparison between the actors and the people they played, none of whom are credited. And despite spending two hours with these fellows, there aren’t many you could name. Cliched as it is to say,...
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Movie Review: Elysium

August 9, 2013
Movie Review: Elysium

Elysium is director Neill Blomkamp’s follow up to District 9 (2009). Blomkamp showed immense promise when he extracted a politically savvy sci-fi thriller from a relatively modest $30 million budget. It was technically slick, and packed a punch with its political commentary about racism. Flash forward four years, and we’ve got more of the...
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