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  • The Matrix
  • Star Wars
  • Love Exposure
  • Superman II

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  • How to Change Your Mind

    ★★★★½

  • The Rescue

    ★★★★½

  • Prey

    ★★★★

  • Nine to Five

    ★★★½

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  • How to Change Your Mind

    How to Change Your Mind

    ★★★★½

    Very fascinating. A lot of stuff about the history of psychedelics that I already knew, but also a lot I didn't. I love that they included a little bit about Ram Dass (because I love Ram Dass), but I'm a little surprised that Terence McKenna was not mentioned once in all this, although I'm sure anyone versed in the psychedelic world already knows about him. Anyway, I like the way in which this was presented, with each episode being devoted to a separate psychedelic drug. It made it easier for me to digest. (Watched August 6 - 12).

  • The Rescue

    The Rescue

    ★★★★½

    I definitely remember this story as it happened in real time, and I'm pretty sure 60 Minutes did a whole piece about it that I watched, as well. But this documentary goes into much more detail, especially about the divers who performed the rescue. In that sense, it's as much a story about social outcasts/outsiders triumphing as it is about a cave rescue. Obviously, given the story, you can't help but feel emotional watching this.

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  • Sam Morril: I Got This

    Sam Morril: I Got This

    ★★★★★

    • Gay porn star banned from porn sites because of Nazi tattoos. "This doesn't really align with our values. We're kind of a family here at gangfuck.net."
    • Long-time listener, first-time knocker.
    • Wearing a condom is like doing volunteer work. During it, "This kinda sucks," but then afterwards I'm always thinking, "Good for me." I do it for the kids.
    • Every mass shooter: "It was a very quiet man." That should be part of the background check for…

  • The Thirteenth Floor

    The Thirteenth Floor

    ★★★★

    I had not seen this movie in over 15 years, so I was due for a re-watch. I definitely understood it a lot better this second time around. It's interesting that before Inception and before the ideas of simulation theory became popular, this movie from 1999 explored many of those very same ideas (ie. multi-layered realities, simulations within simulations, etc.). I'm surprised this movie doesn't get brought up more often. I really love it. And Gretchen Mol is a straight-up dimepiece in this movie. ;P