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April 29, 2016 • Movies, Reviews

Take Shelter Review: Follow Your Dreams

Dreams are important. If you can believe it, you can achieve it. Whatever you set your mind to is possible. You are only limited by your will to succeed. Never say never. Visualize your dreams and make them happen. No matter what, just do it. Even if you might be diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

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April 28, 2016 • Movies, Reviews

Zootopia Review: Ungenerically Generic

Disney has yet again made another 3D animated movie with the same old paint-by-numbers plot. Haven’t seen Zootopia? Don’t worry. I can’t spoil the plot for you. You’ve seen it a hundred times. So why did I like Zootopia so much?

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April 23, 2016 • Movies, Reviews

The Jungle Book Review: In Defense of Shere Khan

Ladies and gentlemen, I stand before you today in hopes of redeeming the good and honorable name of Shere Khan. This is the sullied name of a tiger who was stigmatized, vilified and victimized for trying to save the life of every animal in the jungle. What’s worse, Shere Khan could not be with us today due to the heinous actions of the defendant, Mr. Mowgli.

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April 17, 2016 • Food, Reviews

And Lo, Cosmos Creations Sea Salt & Vinegar Puffed Corn Shall Bring About the Wrath of God

Cosmos Creations Puffed Corn hadst been a gift from God, a blessing unto men. He had delivered unto us a bounty of glorious flavors: caramel, cheddar, sriracha and others for which we doth offer thanks daily. But God giveth and God taketh away.

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April 9, 2016 • Analysis, Movies

The Force Awakens Cinematography Proves Rey Will Turn to the Dark Side in Episode VIII

I was far too excited the first time I watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens that I barely caught any details. I was engulfed in the spectacle and novelty of a new Star Wars. But on my second and third viewings I began to notice something interesting. The left and right sides of the screen hold an amazing clue for Episode VIII.

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April 1, 2016 • Movies, Seattle

Four Reasons Why Cinerama Might be the Best Movie Theater in Seattle

Search “movie theater seattle” in Google Maps and you’ll get over twenty results. With Puget Sound’s propensity for near constant rain and aptitude for clinical depression, it’s no wonder that Seattleites love the escapism offered by cinema. Most movie theaters in Seattle are good. Some are bad. A few are great. But which theater offers the best movie-going experience?

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March 26, 2016 • Feature, Food, Reviews

Batman v Superman Cereal Proves Batman v Superman Will Suck (UPDATED)

Does Batman v Superman Cereal give insight for the finished film? If so, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be a mess. It will be confusing with incompatible lead characters fighting for screen dominance. None of the aspects of the film will support any semblance of meaning and purpose and– Oh God… MY FEARS ARE COMING TRUE.

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March 26, 2016 • Feature, Movies, Reviews

Batman v Superman Review: The Best Worst Most Awful Amazing Movie Ever

Batman v Superman is the most anticipated movie of all time. The two most famous comic book characters are finally appearing on the big screen together after decades of waiting. Not one single thing could be more exciting. It’s Christmas, plus all your birthdays, times infinitey. With expectations this high, it’s all or nothing. It’s gonna be the best movie ever… right?

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