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The Beguiled: A Trailer Review

Sofia Coppola fans have been waiting with bated breath for her next film, and The Beguiled is sure to not disappoint. I have yet to actually see the film. However, I am extremely well-versed in Coppola films of the Sofia persuasion. In fact, I have seen every one of her films including her very first… Keep Reading

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America Needs Infinity Challenge

The US has fallen on some pretty dark times recently. A Twitter troll is our president (at least for the next few weeks), Hollywood is a few warm days from falling into the Pacific, and the Warriors will win every NBA Finals for the next 5 years. We need some optimism in the world, regardless… Keep Reading

gaming

PS Now: Streaming’s Next Brick and Mortar Killer

Streaming is no longer the way of the future, it’s the way of the present. Sony recently released Playstation Now, a innovative, new video game streaming service, that offers over 500 PS4 and PS3 titles. Blockbuster, make some room for GameStop, they’ll be joining you shortly. Starting at $20/month, after $10 for the first month,… Keep Reading

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Four Films with Very Misleading Titles

Most of the time, we know exactly what to expect when a new film comes out. That is mostly thanks to social media, trailers, and zillions of reviews that come out way before the movie even premieres. Honestly, many of us avoid finding out too much about new films, because there is such a high… Keep Reading

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Where Marketing Becomes Art: Top 10 Mondo’s of the 2010’s

Movies are art, well…in most cases. It’s difficult to compare a classic Bergman film with my personal guilty pleasure, Nacho Libre (it really is a great movie with plenty of quotable dialogue). Nonetheless, regardless of the amount of Jack Black,  all actors act, directors direct, and producers produce to more or less show off their artistic personalities.… Keep Reading

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The Real Housewives (aren’t actually Housewives)

Most everyone is familiar with the Real Housewives series on Bravo, right? At the very least, you’ve heard of it, but refused to watch it because you know you’ll either A. get sucked in to the wonderful insanity or B. find it to be silly, mind-numbing, reality television. As an avid watcher of the show, I… Keep Reading

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Resurrecting Records

Is it the smell? Is it the touch? Is it the sound? What are the reasons millennials love vinyl so doggone much? To say that the newer generation brought back the tradition of playing vinyl records would be a false statement, because records never really went away, even though some sources claim they vanished in… Keep Reading

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Baby Driver: The Musical

When I first saw Baby Driver‘s trailer, I was immediately conflicted. Heist movies are usually intriguing because of, ya know, the heist. The driver (and main character) almost has zero involvement in the tense, action-packed sequence of all the robberies. The characters don’t sneak through invisible lasers or get into life-threatening shootouts with the cops, so… Keep Reading

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What To Do With That Old Cable Box

DirecTV, Comcast, Dish, and whatever other cable company executives are out there, huddle together in fear. Once enemies, they look around and realize that they’re all about to meet the same fate. Web based content providers are taking over and there’s nothing they can do about it. Streaming services are simply the next step in… Keep Reading

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Divorce Songs

HBO’s new series, Divorce finished its 1st season this year, and recently announced that a second season will be picked up. In the realm of all the action-packed excitement of shows that HBO has to offer (Game of Thrones, Westworld, True Detective), it is easy to gloss over some of the simpler, more idiosyncratic shows like Girls or… Keep Reading

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