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I Kent Believe It Got Better!

Superman is lame. Fight it all you want to, DC Comic loyalists, but there’s a reason people cheer whenever Batman bests him. Consumed by a fetishized, flag-waving patriotism that makes his status as a full-fledged illegal alien somewhat hilarious these days, Superman is basically an American god. Invulnerable, infallible (at least in terms of his moral compass) and inapproachable to most of us (as we don’t relate...

No Love for this Deuce

It’s about hunters and gatherers: A good documentarian hunts the truth, stalking prey at camera-point, ready to spear any accidental insight and overlooked perspective that is scared out of the bushes. Directors Maiken Baird and Michelle Major are mere gatherers, collecting whatever the legendary Williams sisters drop down to them and presenting it to the audience as if we should be thankful for a feast of rotten...


Let’s talk about rape jokes.

Yes, you’re reading a review for This is the End, a comedy so profane it manages to defile Satan. Think about that for a second; this is a comedy so epically vulgar, so cataclysmically obscene that it defiles the greatest fictional defiler. It is the furthest point on a map from Puritanical. Reviewing a comedy is hard; you don’t want to just repeat and reveal jokes. Besides, the only...

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

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