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Nymphomaniac Volumes I and II

Lars Von Trier once again blurs the line between film and endurance test in this two-parter – the most unpleasant pair since the Kray twins. It follows Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg) as she tells her life of sex addiction to Seligman (Stellan Skarsgård, Dr Selvig from… 647 more words


The Phantom & Spamalot

Two musicals in one week.  That’s a record for not being in New York.

Phantom of the Opera at the Pantages Theater one night.

Monty Python’s Spamalot at the Hollywood Bowl the next. 308 more words


Mr. Robot episode 6 Review - "br4ve-trave1er.asf"

There is only four more episodes and Mr. Robot continues to fascinate us. Last episode the story got out of this way this,overthrowing Evil Corp, but this doesn’t mean we had a boring episode, on the contrary. 561 more words

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This Just in...From Hollywood

I’m sitting on a bag of ice in my corporate housing and sipping some booze as I document a little of my week. We’ve had eight intense days of rehearsal in the un-air conditioned gymnasium of Hollywood Methodist Church. 424 more words


Crossing the Rubicon with "Mr. Robot"

By: Daniel Reynolds

In the summer of 2010, the cable network AMC launched its third new series titled Rubicon. After Mad Men in 2007 and  1,252 more words


Mindhunters (Renny Harlin, 2004)

**A note: I watched this as part of a Netflix club at work earlier this year. I don’t particularly enjoy jumping all over forgotten movies from years ago, but I was absolutely beside myself for days after seeing this and had to write about it. 1,208 more words


Mr. Robot Episode 5 Review - "eps1.4_3xpl0its.wmv"

Evolution and revolution are two things that can’t be accomplished by just one person. There are 7 billion people in the world and everyone has a role to play in this evolution, we all change the world, it might seem insignificant want you do with your life, what I do with mine, but my insignificant with yours and all the people in the world, that isn´t insignificant, is it? 881 more words

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