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Steve Carell soars in 'Last Flag Flying' (Emertainment Monthly - 11/18/2017)

By Casey Campbell

Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying is a study on life-affirmation through grief and the power of will. Larry “Doc” Shepherd, played beautifully by  764 more words


On Color Backgrounds: Ezra Jack Keats' "The Snowy Day"

Meet the Hanslick Girls: Gwen, Eleanor and Dania. Created by writer Zach Barr, they are a trio of friends who are always out experiencing the best of entertainment. 1,838 more words


MovieDummies Podcast Season 2 Episode 18 - John Wick Chapter 2

In this weeks episode, the gang gets together to discuss Adam’s favorite from 2017: John Wick Chapter 2! Is it as good as the first? Does it live up to the hype? 34 more words

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Last Flag Flying Review

After summer months of superheroes, minions, and talking animals, I often find myself yearning for human stories from the cinema by autumn. Thankfully, directors like Richard Linklater step up to the camera and provide us with such films on a regular basis. 433 more words

2017 Movies

Sci-fi films so few people saw, they might as well have been indie: Passengers (2016)

Here be spoilers, dearest visitor. Watch the film Passengers (2016) before reading further.

The ideal date movie?

For an easy way to know if your date is a sexual predator or apologist, sit down together for a watch of Passengers (2016), starring Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Michael Sheen and Lawrence Fishburne…

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Dream Time

I infiltrated the new place and was observing what was going on, there was a rally and it was all propaganda but the people were into it – somehow they discovered I wasn’t a real member and grabbed me – I acted as if there was some mistake but they were having none of it. 400 more words


Last Flag Flying - "Raises enormous questions and refuses to let people off the hook"

Richard Linklater has always been a director and writer to question. Slacker is questions and answers; thoughts and talking, back to back. Waking Life is, similarly, conversations on dreaming and life itself. 749 more words

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