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MFF 1996 Special: Wes Anderson's Bottle Rocket

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I love the people in this film, who are genuinely innocent, more than even they know.

Martin Scorsese

Bottle Rocket was a revelation to me when I was 14.

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MFF 1996 Special: Life Lessons I learned From the Films of 1996

The cinema of 1996 taught me some very important life lessons. I learned that hockey players can become star golfers and aliens could be knocked out with one-punch. 582 more words

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You Can Do It!: A Look at Adam Sandler's Epic 20-Year Run

While researching Adam Sandler’s Netflix deal for our recently released podcast I had an interesting revelation. Adam Sandler has owned the last 20 years. His films may be hated by critics (fair enough) but they never stop making money.¬† 974 more words

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MFF Special: 10 Random Thoughts About Underworld

The Underworld series is four films deep and continues to plug along successfully. It all started in 2003 when a leather clad vampire named Selene (Kate Beckinsale) battled her way through werewolves, lounging vampires and Bill Nighy. 463 more words

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MFF Special: Analyzing the Critical Scores of Marvel and DC Films

DC fans want their superheroes to fight the critics.

With news that Suicide Squad is getting pummeled by critics (35% RT) I decided to take a closer look at DC critical scores on Rotten Tomatoes.

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