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Larry Wilmore rips Fox News' Baltimore coverage: ‘F*** you'

On Tuesday’s broadcast of The Nightly Show, host Larry Wilmore minced no words when discussing how Fox News has covered police brutality protests in Baltimore. 101 more words


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6 Scathing Movie Zingers from Roger Ebert

There are three reasons, discrete or combined, as to why some people opt to watch a bad movie:

1. Being drunk

2. Not having to pay for it through some means… 472 more words

And Now For Something Completely Different

The maze runner film

Currently watching The maze runner, great fantasy film, takes me back to the feelings of being a child hoping and wishing to be transported to another world, another life of action and adventure. 153 more words

Theeb: A Review

So finally today I got to see Theeb, the Jordanian movie I’ve been waiting to see for so long. Perhaps a little longer than most people as I had the pleasure of working on it (well, not exactly on it, more like on the script for translation purposes, but I like to think I had something to do with it anyway). 463 more words

Film And Movies

What Went Wrong With... The Oscars aka The Academy Awards?

It’s that time of the year again. No, I don’t mean the coldest and most depressing month of the year… it’s Academy Award time! So roll out that blood coloured carpet and keep your eyes transfixed to your nearest LED propaganda display unit, for tonight is the night when all the overrated yet under-skilled dicks from around… 1,382 more words


Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

One, you appreciate college when you only have to pay 1 dollar to see an Oscar-worthy film.

Two, you know it was mind blowing when more than half the audience leaves the theatre, thinking “What the hell just happened?” 904 more words


What Went Wrong With... Paul Bettany & Jack O'Connell?

Every now and again, the British Film Industry churns out a new Actor and sells them to the public as “young”, “gritty”, and “realistic”. Unfortunately for the Actor in question, this is usually a clever way of marketing someone with no real “star quality”, and by labelling them as “authentic” they are basically saying “they look like an average bloke”. 690 more words