Monthly Archive: April, 2012

Political Correctness in American Pop Culture (Part 2)

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A continuation of my rant Political Correctness in American Pop Culture. So last night, I finally got around to seeing the absolutely terrific Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) based on the recommendation of… Continue reading

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Arsenic and Old Lace (1944)

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I have to admit that I miss the time when there was such thing as pure comedy. I mean comedy without all that shock value (I’m looking at you, Project X) or political… Continue reading

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Chobits–First Impressions

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My curiosity got the better of me, and I got started on Chobits. The basic premise is that, in an alternate reality where personal computers look like women, our hero Hideki finds one… Continue reading

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5 Beautiful Actresses, Past and Present

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I’m sure all of our male (and some female) readers have their set of screen beauties that they admire. Well, here are mine. As I used the word “actress”, keep in mind that… Continue reading

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Chungking Express (1994)

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In most cultures, relationships ending sourly is one of life’s inevitable truths alongside death and taxes. How does one go about coping with the fact that his girlfriend left him? Wong Kar-Wai’s Chungking… Continue reading

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