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Oscar Watch: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Quick Review)

Summary: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl revolves around a teenage boy named Gary Gaines (Thomas Mann) who makes film parodies with his business partner (not “friend”) Earl (Ronald Cyler II). 824 more words


Cancer Night Tonight

As part of my Gradual Breakdown process, I’m re-watching a shit ton of cancer movies tonight. Funny how when I watched them pre-Mom’s-cancer, I thought they were just sad, but now they are sad AND true, which makes them even sadder. 115 more words


Movies I Can Never Watch Again. Thanks, Cancer!

I love, I mean LOVE a good tear jerker.  If you give me a choice between a comedy and a deep, dark drama, I’m all for the movie where shit get’s real.   487 more words

Sarcastic Children With Cancer Are A Gross But Successful Formula In 'The Fault in Our Stars'

Every couple of years or so, a new movie/television show comes out about cancer that critics deem ‘refreshing’ because the protagonist, usually female, loves irony, has cancer, uses monotone. 1,451 more words


The Difference Between Cancersploitation and Art—According to a Cancer Survivor

In The Fault in Our Stars, Hazel, the story’s teenage protagonist played by Shailene Woodley, wears a t-shirt imprinted with Magritte’s famous painting of a pipe, ceci n’est pas une pipe (“this is not a pipe”). 807 more words

Movie Review: 50/50 (2011)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as the cancer patient Adam, a journalist in Seattle who has the type of girlfriend that deserves to be slapped by the womanhood of proper women for being so selfish. 514 more words


Enough to the lack of knowledge of #Cancer. Part II

The Cancer is prevented and cured, so I ask your help in spreading this video series and disclose this information.

I need your help to publicize this information and handling is completed when we have multinational drugmakers and misleading advertising. 151 more words