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Don't Think Twice

Ha-ha-ha. Classic comedy.

“I feel like your 20s are all about like hope, and then your 30s are all about realizing how dumb it was to hope.”

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Couched But Uncompromised

A couple years back, I wrote quite a dickish post about the Garfunkel And Oates TV series, and their chosen singing style within the context of that sitcom… but since then I’ve become addicted to their albums, and frequently find their songs ear-worming their  way back into my head. 321 more words

Rants About TV

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When you’re at a loss for something to say to that special no one, Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome aka Garfunkel and Oates, provide you with the answer. 7 more words


Indie Week: Unleashed

So sticking to Indies involving my girl Kate Micucci, I decided to check out Unleashed. This definitely outlandish movie stars Micucci as Emma who finds herself down on her luck with guys and wishes she could have a man as nice as her pets: a cat named Ajax and a dog named Summit. 357 more words

Indie Week: Don't Think Twice

Don’t Think Twice follows an improv group called the Commune made up of five best friends. However, after one of the group is given a huge career opportunity the group begins to disintegrate. 345 more words

The Little Hours

Rating: 6/10

A raunchy sex comedy set in the middle ages, that’s the movie, nothing too deep or meaningful. I mean, I knew what I was getting into and it delivered. 312 more words


Unleashed (Finn Taylor, 2017)

(aka the romcom where a cat and a dog both become human and try to woo their unsuspecting owner)

Could have been catastrophic or inspired and ends up at a kind of mundane middle-ground that’s nonetheless solid comfort food. 152 more words

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