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  • Mr. Jones

    Mr. Jones

    Find this time period so disturbing that it endlessly fascinates me. The twentieth century era of the Soviet Union is simply unimaginable at times. The sequence depicting the famine in the Ukraine felt like something out of the apocalypse. It makes me look at the attempt of cold and bleak emptiness in a film like 28 Days Later and scoff, and helps me remember that reality is often far more bizarre and horrific than fiction is capable of depicting.


  • The Death of Stalin

    The Death of Stalin

    There's a story I read of recently that I feel reasonably demonstrates the Soviet Union during this era, as well as the strange atmosphere the film is depicting. This is an excerpt from The Gulag Archipelago written by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.

    "A district Party conference was under way in Moscow Province. It was presided over by a new secretary of the District Party Committee, replacing one recently arrested. At the conclusion of the conference, a tribute to Comrade Stalin was called…

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  • Run Hide Fight

    Run Hide Fight

    A movie is not "right-wing propaganda" simply because the filmmakers have conservative values.

    The Daily Wire

  • Million Dollar Baby

    Million Dollar Baby

    HBO Max

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  • The Cat in the Hat

    The Cat in the Hat

    *cuts tail off*

    I wholeheartedly and unsarcastically love watching this movie. It's so damn funny that it hurts. The piñata scene always has me roaring, because it's ridiculous and stupid, and that's my sense of humor in a nutshell. I laugh at the goofiest shit... I don't even care.

    I read that Mike Myers was contractually obligated to make this film, and even tried getting out of making it, which lead to a legal battle of…

  • Joker


    People aren't born monsters, the world makes them that way. Believe what you want, but in the end, that's what I took away from this one.

    Some of the best digital cinematography I've ever seen. It's possibly the best looking movie of the year too and I wish more people were talking about that. I do understand though why Joaquin Phoenix is what everyone is discussing, because he was extraordinary, and that was no surprise.

    Is it getting crazier out there?

    The Majestic Theatre