Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Basketball Diaries

The Basketball Diaries is the true story of Jim Carroll, teenager growing up in New York. There are more scenes of drug use and teen violence in this movie than I have almost seen in any other place. The first … Continue reading

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Django Unchained

Have you ever seen a funny movie about slavery? If you said no, you clearly haven’t seen Django, the Christmas Quentin Tarantino movie starring Jamie Foxx. THIS MOVIE. I don’t even know how I feel in terms of racial complexities … Continue reading

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Jeff, Who Lives At Home

In this movie we open with Jason Segel as a weed smoking yogi who is looking for the patterns in the universe to decode and imbibe meaning upon. Jason/Jeff gives this monologue during the opening credits about the movie ‘Signs’ … Continue reading

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Enemy of the State

Okay so what we get from Enemy of the State is classic late 90’s: fear of the progression of technology and the¬†government, and Will Smith just kicking ass. Also it’s crazy that Men in Black came out just the year … Continue reading

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Fight Club

Has it really been thirteen years since 1999? I was a tiny little thing, and I didn’t know how great movies were about to get because I was too busy playing YMCA soccer and waiting for my Seventeen magazine to … Continue reading

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