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  • No Country for Old Men

    No Country for Old Men


    No Website for Old Men

    Where does a man my age go with his pop culture thoughts and observational musings?

    I've been posting on Letterboxd for over 5 years and I still feel like the guy sitting at the bar watching the ballgame while the kids gyrate to 'W.A.P.'. I don't quite fit in - but I'm not sure someone in their 40's fits in anywhere on the world wide web. I'm just a dad chaperoning a bunch of self-loathing…

  • Sincerely Louis C.K.

    Sincerely Louis C.K.


    Listen, I’m not going to sit here and pretend being a Louis C.K. fan is easy.

    Sure, he’s no Harvey Weinstein but leveraging your comedic stature so you can fondle yourself in front of impressionable young comedians is pretty despicable. I do struggle with that, and admit he could’ve helped himself by being a bit more apologetic early on. But I also believe in second chances. I know I’ve had my share.

    You know who else got a second chance?…

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  • Black Hawk Down

    Black Hawk Down


    ***A C.S. Walsky Reader’s Poll***

    A) In addition to being one of the most unrelenting and fervent depictions of combat ever put to film, Black Hawk Down also delivers the most realistic helicopter crash since Twilight Zone: The Movie.

    B) Black Hawk Down features a helicopter crash so intense, violent, and realistic I assumed it was directed by John Landis.

    C) In Black Hawk Down the Somalia Milita used countless soldiers, automatic weapons, and RPG’s to take down US helicopters.…

  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off

    Ferris Bueller's Day Off

    It’s too bad this movie wasn’t called Matthew Broderick’s Day Off because he could’ve used that extra time to learn the subtle differences between British and American traffic laws.

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  • Unfriended


    If getting drunk and shitting your pants was a reason to kill yourself I never would've survived my twenties.

  • Fargo



    Let's talk about the films we truly love.

    Our absolute favorites.

    The movies we use as a measuring stick when comparing other films and opinions. They don't have to be considered "classics" or win Academy Awards. They just have to remind us of why we love cinema in the first place.

    Joel and Ethan Coen's FARGO is that movie for me.

    One big reason is the personal connection to the setting. Lifelong Minnesotan here, dontchaknow! And every detail in FARGO