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Happiness (1998), Todd Solondz

Awkwardly funny for some but definitively uncomfortable viewing for most, Todd Solondz’s 1998 Happiness – this haunting Freudian movie – deals with difficult subjects such as masturbation and paedophilia by cracking open American suburban angst in a non-judgemental way. 988 more words

Mary and Max

Mary (Toni Collette) is an 8-year-old living in Melbourne; Max (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is a 44-year-old New Yorker. The two become unlikely pen pals in this Australian animation. 214 more words


ASC Podcast Episode 16: Paul Thomas Anderson Retrospective Pt.4 - The Master

This week, Jason and Lee are joined by Brendan Cassidy from the InSession Film Podcast to talk about Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master.  The film stars lots of alcohol, multiple lines of questioning, and the New York Times Best Seller “The Split Sabre.” 140 more words

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“Owning Mahowny” 2003 – Philip Seymour Hoffman, Minnie Driver and John Hurt. Poster credit: imdb.com

Directed by: Richard Kwietniowski

Our take:

The “way-back” machine suffered a malfunction and teleported us to 2003 after our brief stop for… 354 more words

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How to Know What's Real and What's Fake?

Last night our neighborhood was thick with kids dressed as gumball machines, jellyfish, mermaids, crayons, and super heroes… there was even a spider queen; parents too went all out. 397 more words

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