Monthly Archive: September, 2012

2046 (2004)

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We all have disappointments. Some cope with them better than others. Enter Chow (Tony Leung) as he moves into room 2046 in a hotel in director Wong Kar-Wai’s follow-up to his earlier In… Continue reading

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Macross

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The anime industry is absolutely loaded with space opera series. Some can point to Super Dimension Fortress Macross (超時空要塞マクロス, Chōjikū Yōsai Makurosu, more well known in America as the first third of Robotech)… Continue reading

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The Graduate (1967)

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Bad Pop Culture Historian, bad! You missed out on one of the most iconic movies of the 1960s up until now! Dustin Hoffman stars as Ben, the titular Graduate who has no direction… Continue reading

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Amelie (2001)

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I have to admire European, particularly French, movies in general. Their directors are generally less afraid of deviating from what are considered accepted filmmaking conventions. Of course, then you have the French classic… Continue reading

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Finders Keepers (2012)

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It’s just another day for Rob (Matt Hubsher) until he finds a lighter on the ground. While attempting to light a cigarette with that, he finds himself teleported to the apartment of Shelley… Continue reading

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Super Troopers (2001)

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I’ll admit that I’m not really a fan of low-brow humor. However, I decided to check out Broken Lizard’s Super Troopers based on the recommendation of a friend. It is tough times for… Continue reading

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RoboCop (1987)

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The 1980s was an interesting time for America. The Watergate Scandal was still fresh in the minds of most people, despite the fact that America had been seeing newly found prosperity under the… Continue reading

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