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Review: The End of the Tour

The allure of author David Foster Wallace was his knack at giving his readers (and listeners) the chance to spend time with him and his mind. 820 more words

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Say Anything... (1989)

Say Anything… is a 1988 coming of age film by Cameron Crowe (Singles, Jerry Maguire, Almost Famous). It’s one of many films from the ’80s focusing on the struggles of young people trying to figure out their lives and what their place in the world is. 343 more words

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"The End of the Tour" -- Good Guys with Egos

The sharp ascension of director James Ponsoldt has been exhilarating to watch. From his largely unknown debut Off The Black, to the wonderfully acted but only decent alcoholic tale  1,099 more words

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The End of the Tour (James Ponsoldt, 2015)

Effortlessly alluring as a humanely authentic adaptation of the David Lipsky novel that inspired it, The End of the Tour shares with us the days-long interview Lipsky conducted with author David Foster Wallace during the titular twilight of his… 383 more words

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REVIEW: The End of the Tour

The celebrity interview in fiction is something that often gets fetishized, probably because it is so frequently fantasized.  I have done a few myself, and it can be tough not to get carried away just by breathing the rarefied air of a talented artist.   771 more words

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