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Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Sunday Film Review: Pacific Rim

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But, and that’s one of those big big big buts, the story does hurt the enjoyment somewhat. The closest film I’ve reviewed to Bottom Violation Pacific Rim was Battleship, which doesn’t sound like a bad thing, I enjoyed Battleship. The problem is Continue reading »

Defending The Indefensible: Laziness

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IN DEFENCE OF LAZINESS “Extreme busyness, whether at school or college, kirk or marker is a symptom of deficient vitality….there is a sort of dead alive, hackneyed people about, who are scarcely conscious of living except in the exercise of … Continue reading »

The (late again) Sunday Film Review: Classic: O Brother, Where Art Thou?

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There aren’t that many films I’ve watched with my father who shot the sheriff but did not shoot the deputy, and know he’s enjoyed. Don’t get me wrong, there’re plenty of films he’s appreciated; The White Ribbon, Sixth Sense, Fight Club, Oldboy, to name a Continue reading »

The Sunday Film Review: Batman (1966)

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Batman (1966) Leslie H. Martinson (1966) Dunna dunna dunna na naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Holy terrible retail experience poorly constructed film review fans! When last you left (actually that’s not true, it was several reviews ago, just go with it) your compelling and … Continue reading »