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Nowhere Special, by Uberto Pasolini

Most movies which are tear jerkers or weepers or whatever you want to call them, make you cry during the movie, at some point. This one I didn’t cry at all, until the credits started rolling. I think that’s a … Continue reading

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The New Life, by Tom Crewe

and Prince Eddy and the Homosexual Underworld, by Theo Aronson Since characters in the fictional book are real people in the non-fictional book, I thought I’d write about both books. In The New Life I only suspected a short way … Continue reading

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Eclipse, by science, and for other people, by God.

I drove out to my mom’s condo today, because for some bizarre reason, her home is about 3 yards of the line 0f totality. The line of totality is about 100 miles wide, but there is a singular line which … Continue reading

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Challengers, by Justin Kuritzkes

and directed by Luca Guadigno. I honestly don’t know what this movie was about. It’s about a 3 way relationship (2 boys and a girl) who meet… somewhere… a dorm of some kind or maybe it’s a tennis camp for … Continue reading

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Breathe, by Doug Simon

Sometimes a film is just bad. But I went to see this anyway because I like Sam Worthington — or at least I feel bad for Sam Worthington because James Cameron’s promise that he’d become a huge star never happened. … Continue reading

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Civil War, by Alex Garland

I didn’t want to see this because in the preview Jesse Plemons, who I think is the most menacing actor we’ve had in a great long while, asks an obviously foreign born American citizen, “What kind of American?” I mistakenly … Continue reading

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A Hitch In Time, by Christopher Hitchens

Of course everyone knows about Christopher Hitchens’ extraordinary intelligence, and it’s probably best to see him in action on Youtube. This, for example. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone take on the Catholic Church in such a fearless way, … Continue reading

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One Life, by James Hawes

I wasn’t going to review this but The Times review, once again, proved that their reviewers are hacks and unqualified to review a high school musical. My biggest complaint about this movie, which will not have a wide release or … Continue reading

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Cabrini, by a bunch of conservative religious lunatics.

I wanted to see this, without having read the reviews or even seen any previews, because I was always a little curious about “Mother Cabrini,” or “Madre Cabrini,” as she’s referred to most of the time in this movie, and … Continue reading

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High and Low: John Galliano

This is a short one and I’m not even going to look for a poster to go with it. It documents the fashion designer’s career rise at Givenchy and Dior, and then his nearly overnight collapse after he was filmed … Continue reading

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