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A Very Feminine Flood...

Today we returned from visiting our family in France again, and just to give some idea of the degree of effort my in-laws are putting into coming to terms with their unexpected acquisition of a trans-daughter-in-law, I will give a quick inventory of the presents I have had from them over the last two visits… 300 more words

Gender Dysphoria

"Forev" Review

One thing most people can likely agree on is that the romantic comedy genre needs a bit of a refresher. Thankfully, it seems as though the independent crowd has actually taken to the genre’s reinvention, whether through the addition of a far more original style and presentation, or perhaps just with the application of that good ol’ indie quirk. 395 more words

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Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation


Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015)
★★★ / ★★★★

Parallel to the discovery that the IMF had been a pawn by an international terrorist group called The Syndicate, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his fellow IMF agents (Simon Pegg, Jeremy Renner, Ving Rhames) have been dissolved thanks to the CIA director’s (Alec Baldwin) insistence to the Senate committee that the group is a liability. 538 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

I Watched Atlas Shrugged Part III So You Don't Have To

Read Part I

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If there was anything that Ayn Rand loved more than her friends’ husbands, it was the free market. This was not a view shared by the producers of… 5,336 more words

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Fantastic Four Review

Lacking heart, a decent script and any innovative direction, Fantastic Four is yet another blockbuster that proves once more that no reviews before release means disappointment is never too far behind.  498 more words

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Prometheus 2

Prometheus 2 will reportedly start production in January 2016, the sequel to Prometheus released in 2012.

The film will be written by Green Lantern screenwriter Michael Green. 29 more words

Introducing: Criterion Close-Up

Welcome to Criterion Close-Up with Aaron West and Mark Hurne.

It is hard to believe that the day has almost come, but we have decided to launch the podcast earlier than expected. 364 more words

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