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Pulp Fiction Redux #5: Horace McCoy

They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? (1935) By Horace McCoy 

When your world falls down around you, when most of everything you believed true proves false, as happened to many in the Great Depression, then the entire idea of existence, of your existence can go from optimistic to hopeless, from rational (or at least somewhat rational) to completely absurd, in the sense of meaningless. 492 more words


'I'm Drunk, I Love You' deals with the things we let go of when we move on


Some people might say, after watching the movie, that I’m Drunk, I Love You is a love story. And they wouldn’t really be wrong. 580 more words

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Movie Review -Moonlight

Moonlight is a thoughtful, poignant study of an individual’s search for his identity. Like Lee in Manchester, this film’s central character, Chiron (played by Alex R. 143 more words

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Movie Review - Silence

Martin Scorsese’s most recent film is an unusual one. It is long, it is serious, but it is fascinating. It i a huge film, in more ways than one. 251 more words

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TV Series Review - The Fall

This article is in response to the first three episodes only.

On the surface, The Fall is a crime thriller whose story follows serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie Dornan), and detective Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson). 516 more words

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Movie Review - Manchester by the Sea

Manchester by the Sea is a powerful, patient exploration of traumatic personal loss. Its 2.17 runtime focuses mostly on the after-effects of loss on its protagonist, Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck). 340 more words

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Broadchurch Series 3 Episode 1 Review.

Hey Guys!

This post does contain some spoilers, nothing too major but please read at your own discretion.

Well its back! At 9pm on Monday the nation gathered round there televisions as one of the most loved dramas returned in – what I thought was – a great episode. 857 more words