Monthly Archives: July 2012

How the movies got mixed with tragedy

This blog is representative of a pastime. It exemplifies my freedom of expression. My freedom to act superficial. My freedom to explore and analyze my own interests. My freedom to watch and deconstruct movies and television. Recently that freedom was … Continue reading

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The threequel. Curse or myth?

The Dark Knight Rises is three days away. This entry would have been more relevant if I had gotten to it before the reviews started pouring in (which have been favourable), but my intention today is to examine the probability … Continue reading

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The underwhelming power of nostalgia

I felt an excess of shame for my generation when I walked into the 100th Anniversary of my high school last month and found  that every class of the 2000’s was being represented by. . . . two tables. That’s right, … Continue reading

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This might be “news” to the critics, but The Newsroom is good

We are through week two of Aaron Sorkin’s new HBO series The Newsroom, and I have to say, I’m sold. That seems to be a minority opinion, especially amongst critics, but I’m personally finding huge entertainment value in the show. … Continue reading

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