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The Founder - How One Man Changed The Way We Eat On The Run

It has been more twenty years since I first learnt that the man behind the global success of McDonald’s is not named McDonald, nor related to anyone named McDonald. 536 more words

Film & Television

The Kings of Summer (2013)


The Kings of Summer exists in that kind of Ameri-indie dramedy netherworld that seems to be a standard go-to for fledgling US filmmakers, where quirky characters and purposely awkward dialogue go hand-in-hand with themes of stunted adulthood and fragile masculinities. 640 more words

Film Reviews

Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


Every year we get a slew of coming of age stories in which, often, if you don’t live near a metropolitan area, you have to wait weeks, or months, for it to come to a theater near you. 1,473 more words


Bon Iver, Tom Waits, Jim James, Nick Cave, Zach Galifianakis, more collaborate on charity book project

For the last decade, Waxploitation founder Jeff Antebi has been working on a charity book called Stories for Ways and Means. Antebi spent those ten years asking a range of musicians to write short stories in collaboration with varied and acclaimed visual artists. 231 more words


Countdown to ThanksGilmore: Nick Offerman Deserves a Spin-Off

All actors have to start somewhere when they want to break into the industry, and that means getting cast in smaller roles to build up to their big break. 168 more words


Film Review: 'The Founder'

Any habitual McDonald’s diner knows that their burgers are nothing without the pickle. The nominal beef patty tastes more like an evocation of meat than an honest slab of steer, and there’s no secret weapon in that cheap, cotton-wool bun. 1,228 more words