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In the opening of Millions Like Us, a narrator reflects nostalgically on life in pre-World War II Britain, of beachside holidays and good beer, concluding with the image of slipping on an orange peel. After saying that, a subtitle appears: … Continue reading
It kind of sucks how weak of a market we have for foreign films, but after learning the behind-the-scenes details in of this film, it’s a wonder we’re allowed to get any at all. Originally produced by the BBC, The … Continue reading
Many decades ago, my dad’s family used to have a pet monkey. According to him, it was an annoying little shit, not just upsetting its owners, but the neighbors, to the point where one of them snuck into the house and managed … Continue reading
Director John McTiernan is currently trapped in the court system and just started serving time in prison, for reasons so technical they make my brain hurt. He didn’t kill anyone, didn’t steal anything, there were no illegal substances involved, no … Continue reading
I have this game called Balderdash. In it, you roll a dice that selects a category. Categories include Weird Words, Peculiar People, Incredible Initials, things like that. The object is to guess what these obscure things are, submit the answers anonymously … Continue reading