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    Back in the heyday of Pixar, there was essentially no other animated studio that could come close to their quality, humor, and multi-level storytelling. Not even Disney who owned Pixar could compete with them in their epic 1995 to 2010 run (not counting Cars). Now that the tables have shifted and Disney is king once […]

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    When it comes to comedies I feel we have come to an interesting point. To me there is not a better representation of a moment in time than comedies. The things we find funny as much as there is a rooted system changes, and those changes are lead by the funny people of the time. […]

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    What is scarier than a dystopian future where people are allowed to kill anyone they want one night a year? How about the fact that it mirrors todays political climate in terrifying proximity and that certain big government are becoming a hyperbolic church for the masses.┬áThe Purge: Election Year, continues its onslaught of thinly-veiled metaphorical […]

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    I feel the need to preface this review by stating that Steven Spielberg is the greatest director of all time. He’s brought classic films to the screen for families and adults for over forty years. True he’s had some misses in his decades long career and as of late is still making movies for the […]

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