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I May not Know Much About Art, But I Know What I Like!

Dan Kois has provoked a rather tame debate among critical circles with this essay, where he explains why he didn’t like Meek’s Cutoff: It’s slow and boring. Manhola Dargis and A.O. Scott responded by saying that maybe “slow and boring … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning

Part I. Part II.┬áPart III. Part IV. In trying to keep these posts short, there are lots of things I couldn’t talk about. The emotionally distant characters and lack of suspense are only two reasons why I don’t think the … Continue reading

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