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  • The Wet House

    The Wet House

    The Wet House -A Documentary by Penny Woolcock (2002) This is an incredibly hard to watch hour-long documentary on housing formerly homeless Drunks. I don’t use the word Drunks flippantly or judgmentally, that’s exactly what these people are. There is not the slightest hint of rehab here and no pretense at all about these down-and-out…

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  • Wish (2023)

    Wish (2023)

    “Wish” – A very Disney movie. Once upon a time, a magical company called Disney was celebrating its one-hundredth anniversary. They created countless commemorative merchandise, erected gold statues of beloved characters throughout their theme parks, and debuted their latest thrill ride – Tron Lightcycle Power Run – in the Magic Kingdom. But to truly celebrate…

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  • The Thin Red Line

    The Thin Red Line

    The Thin Red Line is a war movie colossus based on the autobiographical novel by James Jones. The film was universally lauded by critics and nominated for 7 Academy Awards. It also runs for 2 hours and 50 minutes and is loaded with just about every male star you can imagine. This movie is beautifully…

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  • The Lost Weekend

    The Lost Weekend

    The Wet House provides a judgment-free atmosphere for drunks, but there was no such thing in the world of this ground-breaking movie that was made in 1945. Don Birnam is a part-time writer and a full time, 24-carat alcoholic. For someone like Don Birnam, the judgment was EVERYWHERE, his supporting brother, to a lesser extent…

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  • The Terminator (1984)

    The Terminator (1984)

    In 1982 James Cameron had a dream while lying in a sick-bed. His vision turned into what would become one of the most magnificent sci-fi action movies ever created. The Terminator (1984) is the movie that launched Arnold Schwarzenegger’s career as the greatest bad-ass ever to hit the screen. This masterpiece was as unique as…

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  • Hacksaw Ridge

    Hacksaw Ridge

    The mind-frame of Mr. Gibson is that of the medieval Catholic church, and the ordeal of the saint is his oeuvre. Hacksaw Ridge is the latest riff on that theme, now adorned in the uniform of an American soldier.

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    And a drooling fuckwit shall lead them.

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  • The Case For Christ

    The Case For Christ

    After I came out as an atheist decades ago, a good and well-meaning friend of mine suggested that I read Lee Strobel’s The Case For Christ. I was not enthused about this prospect, having slogged through Josh McDowell’s heavily footnoted apologetics, the book from Hell , but I read it. While being a better read…

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  • The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – Cold as ice

    The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes – Cold as ice

    The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes is a prequel, set sixty-four years prior to the events of The Hunger Games. My biggest concern going into Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes was it would treat President Snow the way Anakin Skywalker or Maleficent were treated in their prequels. You know what I mean…

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