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Dear White People

Poster image from the movie Dear White People

Dear White People is a Netflix original series that is a spin-off sequel to the film, Dear White People. DWP is a fantastic comedy that showcases certain micro-aggressions and institutionalized racism faced by the African American community. The show is witty and not only a fantastic comedy but also a ...

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The Good, the Bad and the Netflix: ’13 Assassins’

“13 Assassins” was not what I was suspecting from a Takashi Miike film. For the uninitiated, Miike has made some very bizarre films. His main influences are David Lynch and David Cronenburg, for an explanation of Miike’s weird film lineage. He has also been known for showing extreme violence in his ...

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Mascots

Christopher Guest introduces us to the quirky world of professional mascot performances. Guest’s movies have always shown a weird subculture through the genre of mockumentary. “Mascots” fits in well with his other films like “A Mighty Wind” and “Waiting for Guffman,” as it shows a group of people who are ...

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Barton Fink

Every week I tell myself to watch an easier review movie that is easier to talk about, but I can not seem to help it. This week I watched Barton Fink, which was written and directed by the Cohen Brothers. This is a very cerebral film that plays with the ...

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Quiz Show

Robert Redford’s “Quiz Show” is a hard movie to review, because it is a very strong movie in almost everything but pacing. Its largest strengths are in the quality of performance and the style of the period piece. “Quiz Show” is about television game shows in the early days of ...

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