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Chicago’s hottest club is a midtown tech company called Zenotek Data Storage Systems, and it has everything: Santa Claus sitting on the Iron Throne, Kate McKinnon playing a flatulent HR lady, and — most importantly — a lethal dose of Baniston (that’s that thing where Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston exhume the toxic non-chemistry they’ve already brought to four other, even more excruciating comedies). 50 times longer than the unrelated “SNL” sketch of the same name and somehow featuring half…
"Why don't we invite him in?"
"No animals in the house, sweetheart."
Goes right into a certain pile of movies (The Big Lebowski, Inherent Vice, The Long Goodbye) which utilize comedic trappings to explore emptiness, loss, and the strangling grip of capitalism. The tightest, snappiest, most deceptively beautiful screenplay in years.
The first year I really began to feel like myself was probably 1991, when I turned 17, maybe the next year, when I turned 18. The last year I really began to feel like myself was 1995, when I was 21, with a slight return in 2009 at 35, until my brain injury in 2010 at 36. Why those years? Because that was when I could wear a skirt, a dress, a power-blazer, barrettes in my hair, flower-garlands and feel…