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So Long and Hanks For all the Finch

So Long and Hanks For all the Finch

"Finch" is a heartwarming sci-fi parable
We now live in a world where there are so many streaming services that even giant-ass blockbusters that a few years ago would be taking up 10 screens at the local multiplex are now unceremoniously dumped online with no fanfare. Cinema is now mostly just a never-ending trickle of content across a dozen or so apps that we eventually might stumble across at midnight on a Tuesday when our cat jumps on our face while we're deep in a dream about Tom Hanks being our dad.



May the Source Be with You

November's edition of podcasts and shows
Ahhhh, November. The month where we stare out the window at the cold foggy mornings as we sip $16-a-pound coffee while playing Evanescence so loudly the neighbors call the police again.


Baby, You Can Drive My Car

"Titane" stuns, disturbs and warms the heart
Listen, I'm about to very briefly explain the plot of a movie, and some of you are going to immediately decide never to see it. Some are going to be stoked because it sounds exactly like your specific brand of weird, and maybe the rest will come to the conclusion that I don't see a therapist anywhere near enough.


Regal Roundup

Four mini movie reviews for the price of one
Sometimes the movies I end up seeing at the theater are just a product of what time they're playing over whether they're a film I really want to see in the first place. The theater is still a bit of a spontaneous decision for me, so sometimes I will just catch whatever is showing right when I get there, which is how I ended up catching four movies at Regal this weekend—none of which were the one I really wanted to see.


Still Scary After All These Years

Post-Halloween spooky recommendations
I am what you might call a daredevil. Sometimes I remove the tags from mattresses.


The Mystery of Life isn't a Problem to Solve, But a Reality to Experience

"Dune" is the spice of life
What is it that you actually want from movies? Do you want to be transported to places, cultures and worlds you've never experienced before?



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