Monthly Archive: March, 2014

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (PlayStation 3)

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Just a few days ago, Ground Zeroes, the first part of what will be Metal Gear Solid V, hit consoles. Being the Metal Gear fanboy that I am, I figured I had to… Continue reading

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Ratatouille (2007)

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Considering The Pop Culture Historian’s sister blog is The American Foodie, you’d be thinking we would’ve gotten around to Ratatouille a lot sooner! Ratatouille is Pixar’s tale of Remy (Patton Oswalt) as he… Continue reading

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My Neighbor Totoro (1988)

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For a while, especially after having seen the rather disappointing Pom Poko, I’ve been wanting to see a proper Ghibli movie directed by Miyazaki Hayao. My uncle gave me some money for my… Continue reading

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The Hurt Locker (2008)

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The 2010 Oscars was a weird one as it was the year it had to choose between some of the most controversial movies when giving out awards. Notably, Precious was nominated for six… Continue reading

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Two Quick Confessions

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We got four more questions on our Twitter feed! I’ll answer two of them. The reason is because the other two are inappropriate jokes that would only make sense to fellow Cornell mechanical… Continue reading

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Origins of The Pop Culture Historian

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In continuing our series of posts answering the questions that our readers may have, we respond to one posted by Rae, the author of Cutting Edge Creativity, on our Twitter feed. When did… Continue reading

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The Pop Culture Historian Answers! (Part 1)

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We got our first round of questions! As always, you are encouraged to ask questions by commenting on this or Ask the Pop Culture Historian!, writing on our Facebook timeline, or tweeting us… Continue reading

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