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  • Man of La Mancha
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
  • Shoot 'Em Up

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  • Wheels on Meals

    ★★★★

  • Doom: Annihilation

    ★½

  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop

    ★★

  • Hair

    ★★★½

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  • King Dong

    King Dong

    ★★★★★

    Back in 2013, I was a sophomore in college. I'd made friends with some folks living down the hall from me in what was then Aspen Dorm at Northern Arizona University. I'd had connections like this my freshman year, but these visits felt particularly special, since the people I'd made friends with were far more on my wavelength and didn't have other friends from rich families who'd whinge about how they only had three thousand dollars left in their bank…

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  • Wheels on Meals

    Wheels on Meals

    ★★★★

    CULT OF PERSONALITY! SAMMO HUNG!

    As with my only other point of comparison for Jackie Chan and Sammo Hunt team-ups, Mr. Nice Guy, the main pleasure in watching Wheels on Meals comes from watching Jackie Chan, Yuen Biao, and Hung pull off all the crazy stuntwork and fight choreography for real in-camera. Unlike Mr. Nice Guy, though, Wheels on Meals has other factors working in its favor throughout, and spaces the action more evenly as an occasional spice before the…

  • Doom: Annihilation

    Doom: Annihilation

    ★½

    I truly am impressed out here. Doom spends a long time out've the public conscious, relegated to the core fanbase and their dedication to creating new WADs or speedrunning the original games, then along come Bethany Esda and id with DOOM 2016 to revitalize mainstream interest in both the brand and its lightning-fast arcade-style FPS action with updates and tweaks that enhance and evolve the old style without losing its animating soul, and suddenly there's all sorts've eyes on Doom.…

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  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop

    Paul Blart: Mall Cop

    ★★

    Because I am secretly Sebastian Cabot as Pip in The Twilight Zone episode "A Nice Place to Visit" and FUCK YOU IT'S JANUARY is my version of sending my friends to The Other Place, we went and watched Peep Beep Meme Creep twice through, once Thursday and once Friday. There was, of course, good reason for this, as I am not certain even I could survive double exposure to Pain Barge Mail Charge in its undiluted form back-to-back. See, friend…

  • City Lights

    City Lights

    ★★★★½

    Film School Drop-Outs 2018! Week 2 Retro - The Silent Comedy!

    Having reflected for the better part of 24 hours before writing this review, I think the funniest thing about Charlie Chapin's Tramp are the moments when you aren't sure whether he's cottoned on or not. Take the spaghetti eating scene for instance, where his expression wavers between disbelief and satisfaction, culminating in a head turn and slow standing up with brows knit... only for it to turn out he's…