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  • Green Lantern

    Green Lantern


    I've never really seen WB disavow a big blockbuster superhero flick as much as they have this one...Batman and Robin has a more prominent acceptance. Back in 2011, I remember that this movie and the video game "Duke Nukem Forever" released the same day, and I ended up avoiding both thanks to the outpouring of revulsion. So, when the kids chose this one off the HBO Max "DC" hub (I guess this one is too offensive to fans to be…

  • Don's Plum

    Don's Plum


    The world of scrappy black-and-white 1990s grunge cinema just took a shot of Jaeger and threw up all over me. This barely qualifies as a movie, and the circumstances surrounding it are far more interesting than anything in its aimless, gross, myopic 80-something minutes. Essentially, if you've ever gone to a diner past 10 pm and found yourself seated near a table of rowdy twenty-somethings who have nothing better to do than drink fifty-cent coffees and pretend they are Quentin…

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  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Let's get it out of the way: I really enjoyed The Last Jedi. I think it addresses a lot of the valid criticisms of The Force Awakens and takes the series into new, intriguing territory. I do recognize the criticisms of the film, and I would never invalidate anyone's opinion (you know, unless they were being real shitty about it), but whatever reservations are being bandied about the internet in regards to this film, I feel the quality of the…

  • Prospect



    As much bandwidth is chewed up pointing out that Star Wars is a space western, it's really not. Parts of it fit, but then again parts of Star Wars fit equally into Wizard of Oz, Yojimbo, Flash Gordon, Captain Blood, Twelve O'Clock High, you name it. Really, The Mandalorian is the closest Star Wars has gotten to true west, a horse opera in the stars. It's not enough to put gunslingers and lowlifes into a spaceship and have them talk…