The Rizzos are not just another dysfunctional family. They are, perhaps, the most interesting and attractive dysfunctional family I’ve ever seen. Certainly more attractive than the Conners.
Another old school movie assignment. This time I did actually have to review a film. In hindsight, however, it’s really less of a review and more of a completely biased argument written by a fan in utter awe of Apocalypse Now’s fucking brilliance.
While I am trying to watch as many movies as humanly possible, realistically there are more than I can handle. In order to get through as many I can, I have become a person I never thought I would: I don’t finish watching movies I don’t like.
[A random video to lure you in with my fancy use of multimedia.] Some movies I’ve seen since starting my job and don’t care enough about to actually review: Adopted–Okay, […]
Are you as tired as I am of comedians making the same Irish-Korean jokes?
Yeah, I didn’t think so. In fact, I didn’t know Irish-Koreans existed. I mean, theoretically I figured there is a combination of every type of heritage imaginable, but that is just one of those combos that never really crossed my mind. But here is comedian Steve Byrne, living proof that Irish-Koreans exist.
I am not, nor have I ever been, a teenage boy.
I feel like that is a prerequisite to really liking the movie Adventureland. I didn’t come of age with the help of my misfit friends whom my parents hated. I never got my heart broken, drank too much, and then crashed a car that left nothing injured but some shrubbery. I never had a shitty job that made me count every penny I earned in order to justify the two more months I would be working there. Most of all, I never liked Kristin Stewart. Despite all of that, the movie was still pretty okay.
This was a paper from Intro to Mass Comm my freshman year of college. I haven’t changed a single thing about it, including the multiple grammatical mistakes I desperately want […]