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Crushing Fresh Tomatoes: 'American Sniper'

There are two spheres of criticism for this film.

The first is for what are not-too-unfairly labeled as the cynical liberal reasons. Those being: the film’s negligence to attest to the darker, more sadistic elements of Chris Kyle’s personality, a one-dimensional view of a war that stands as the single greatest mistake made by the American government since the Japanese internment camps, and expressing a sense of nationalism so strong that it crosses the line separating gratitude and glorification in regards to the U.S. 818 more words

American Sniper

Aloha Review

     This is the hardest review I’m ever going to have to write, but the one that is the most important. Anybody who has talked to me for five minutes know that I’m a huge Cameron Crowe fan. 522 more words

Film Reviews

To Hawaii with..Love?

Cameron Crowe is the fortune cookie of the big-hearted American cinema one always counts on when temporarily starved for comfort. You never know what you’re going to get, but a connection however slippery will always be established. 1,326 more words


Surrender: Keeping her in the Dark Vol. 4

The highly anticipated final book in the Keeping her in the Dark series

Book 4: Surrender

Watching the officers take Norah away was very unsettling. I had the upmost faith that she would do everything in her power to protect me. 155 more words

Book Reviews

"You say goodbye, I say hello"

“Aloha”: Reliving This Decade’s Worst Movie Catastrophe:

Are we supposed to root for Bradley Cooper to get back with Rachel McAdams? For him to bang it out with manic pixie dream soldier Emma Stone?

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Aloha is the Hawaiian Word for 'Fiasco' #WMOAT

We all remember Gabe’s search for the WMOAT (#RIP). I can’t do justice to his comprehensive articles examining the cinematic failures of our time, but since Cameron Crowe’s Aloha is our generation’s Cameron Crowe’s Elizabethtown, I’d like to give a… 966 more words


I Broke Wet Hot: A Review

Editor’s Note: Welcome our newest ICBIS team member: Ryan Brooks! 

So Netflix is slowly buying up real estate on the pop culture landscape. I for one welcome our new streaming overlords- and it wasn’t this year’s excellent made-for-Netflix Daredevil show that won me over. 510 more words

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