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Me-earl-dying-girl-trailer Pity the Privileged

These white privileged coming-of-age indie dramedies that folks salivate over at Sundance almost seem mandatory at this point. We get one every year. In 2012, we got Moonrise Kingdom. In 2013, we actually got a double dose with The Way, Way Back and The Spectacular Now. In 2014, we got Boyhood. This year, we’ve got this behemoth, and it turns the white privileged coming-of-age up to 11.

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“If you could live anywhere, where would you live?”

While real-world answers are expected, that is not how my jib is cut, my friends. I like to provide answers that are a little more creative, if somewhat, kind of, completely impossible. Like, my first response may be “with Anna Kendrick.” My second response is likely to be a made-up city from the movies because it makes for far more engaging conversation than...


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If you were to divide your ticket price by the number of semi-nude male pelvic thrusts in the faces of women spectators, each hump costs you less than a penny. At times during Magic Mike XXL, I felt like I needed a “horny translator.” That is to say, when Channing Tatum grabs a woman, flips her upside down until her face is in his crotch, suplexes her (gently) to the floor, flips her over and then grinds into her,...


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Art saves lives. That’s not hyperbole or exaggeration. Creating art as a release has let countless razorblades sleep soundly in their drawers. Consuming art that expresses what someone can’t say themselves, that tells them “you’re not alone” or distracts them from everyday horrors has allowed bullets and bodies to remain strangers. I don’t know what the Angulo family would have done without movies, but I’m positive...


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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Another coming-of-age dramedy about a sad, privileged white kid.

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Magic Mike XXL

The gang is back to dry hump. ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?!

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The Wolfpack

A fascinating documentary about a family locked away by their father who use film to escape.

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