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Hi, my name is DonnyBagg and I am a blogger and it has been 6 months since my last post. I assume that the lengthy hiatus taken by (almost) all of the factoseintolerant authors will have been enough to shake … Continue reading
I am a tremendous fan of bad movies. I was going to begin by saying that watching the bad films helps you appreciate the good ones but I just don’t believe that and it probably is not true, I watch … Continue reading
Not Another Sherman’s March Documentary or Heartbreak Colon What Really Happened On Sherman’s March Comma Disastrous Documentary Question Mark
The movie I will be attempting to review is titled Sherman’s March: A Mediation to the Possibility of Romantic Love in the South During an Era of Nuclear Weapons Proliferation (McElwee, 1986) which, in prefect reflection of the movie itself, … Continue reading
As our avid twitter followers (nobody) will already know the factoseintolerant authors have been on a forced hiatus due to #beingbusy. I personally finished my semester the week before last but I couldn’t bring myself to write anything until now … Continue reading
Kynodontas [Dogtooth] is the heartwarming tale of a close knit Greek family and their everyday struggle to…Holy shit! Did that kid just kill a kitten with a pair of gardening shears? Yep. Kynodontas is actually the 2011 Academy Awards best … Continue reading
The Corporation, directed by Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbott, is a documentary about American corporation’s influence throughout the world. Although it was made in 2003, its argument has only gotten stronger. The benefits and consequences of corporations (a legal entity … Continue reading