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The Ritz (1976)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 3 out of 10

4-Word Review: Hiding out in bathhouse.

On the run from is homicidal brother-in-law (Jerry Stiller) heterosexual businessman Gaetano (Jack Weston) decides to hide out inside a Manhattan bathhouse unaware that it’s for gay men only until he’s already stuck inside. 424 more words

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Zoolander

It’s just so easy to make fun of fashion models. They wear ridiculous clothing and even more ridiculous facial expressions. A lot of them have body types that one would hardly aspire to achieve were it not for professional incentive. 881 more words

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I’ve tried on more than one occasion to start watching “Seinfeld”, I can’t.  I simply can’t. It’s not funny. Kramer(Michael Richards) is the best they have to offer on an episode by episode basis, and that’s mainly due to his character simply being a quirky, odd ass bastard.   112 more words

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zoolander (2001)

Zoolander (2001)

Genre:Comedy,

Director: Ben Stiller

Starring: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Milla Jovovich, Jerry Stiller, Will Ferrell, David Duchovny

About a very famous and very stupid male model who unknowingly gets involved with an international terrorist plot to assassinate a leader and figurehead. 140 more words

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Herding Cats and Other Species Who Don't Want to be Herded

I am in beautiful Monterey at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and Spa for the semi-annual residential conference of Saybrook University.

This is the start of my 5th semester in my PhD program (how did that happen?) and struggling with focusing my research toward a dissertation. 297 more words

Excuse Me for Living - 2012

Drugs, alcohol and not a care in the world sounds like the lives of most people in their twenties. Not a bad way to live but what happens when the fun stops and life starts to creep in? 440 more words

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Nadine (1987)

“Why is it you work your butt off all your entire life just to get ahead, and it takes a couple of nitwits about ten minutes to screw the whole thing up? 586 more words

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