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With his fair hair, pale skin and faint voice, Truman Capote cast somewhat of a ghostly appearance. So does the stark winter countryside portrayed in… 76 more words

Movie Reviews

The Big Lebowski


The news that The Big Lebowski is celebrating its twentieth anniversary has a strangely sobering effect on me. Can it really be that long since I first saw it?   573 more words


Mission: Impossible III Review

“You can look at me with those judgmental eyes all you want, but I bullshit you not, I will bleed on the American flag to make sure those stripes stay red.” – Brassel, Mission: Impossible III (2006) 1,036 more words


Cold Mountain (2003)

  • This is a re-watch.
  • Directed (& screenplay adapted) by Anthony Minghella.
  • love this movie, and it should also be noted that I love the book, as well.
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A Tale of Two Drug Epidemics: The Black and White Grey Area

As a feminist, I care about two things: Who gets heard and How. As a sober person, I care enough to do something about it. 965 more words


Capote, a film by Bennett Miller

Austere, brilliantly-acted, and full of contrast

The late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman once again demonstrates his acting mastery in this biopic about Truman Capote during the writing of his non-fiction book, … 510 more words

Minimalist Reviews

I Gave Up Crazy Rich Asians For A Better Way...

The crass celebration of excessive wealth, privilege, entitlement and wasted lives that Hollywood brings us is no joke… It amuses us like  a cartoon but it is not a goal that will give lasting happiness and grace…. 153 more words