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When I was a kid, my favorite things to play with were stuffed animals, plastic horses, Legos, and Hot Wheels. Probably in that order. I had a couple of Barbie dolls that a neighbor gave me, but they rarely got touched. I avoided the "pink" aisle at the toy store. The thought of playing with toy humans that weren't manufactured by Lego just didn't appeal to me.
So when I first heard about this movie and saw stills from the…
What the fuck did I just watch?
I don't mean to imply anything bad by asking that, I really don't, but I think this might have earned the title of the strangest movie I have ever watched. It was just one crazy-ass scene after another and I'm not entirely sure that I actually understood what the hell was happening in it. It was kind of a horror, kinda of a comedy, and kind of just an acid trip without the…
This film was released in theaters in the spring of my senior year of high school. My friends and classmates absolutely raved about it. So I watched it.
With its slick costumes, Sci-Fi premise, slow-motion stunts, characters with names like "Neo," "Trinity," "Cypher," and "Morpheus," and a soundtrack that features the likes of Prodigy, Rage Against the Machine, Massive Attack, and Rob Zombie, The Matrix came off to me then as tryhard "hey, look how edgy I am!" bulls***. I…
I don't have a whole lot to say about this as I never really know how to review or rate documentaries. I think overall it did a fine job of stirring emotions but then what Holocaust film doesn't?
I was a little surprised to learn (or perhaps relearn? I can't recall it ever being covered in school) how many countries, including the U.S., turned a blind eye to the suffering of the Jews and refused to offer sanctuary to those…