“In Our World…” My Problems With Modern Movie Trailers and Marketing

Star Wars: The Force Awakens is a race between the Resistance and the First Order to find Luke Skywalker.

Passengers is about a man who dooms a woman to live out the rest of her life with only him, after he is woken out of cryogenic sleep on a voyage in deep space too early for him to survive the journey awake and the loneliness drives him mad.

Collateral Beauty sees a man inconsolably grief stricken by the loss of his daughter that he writes to  love, time and death as if they were people for therapy, his friends find this out and decide to gaslight him by hiring actors to embody those concepts, talk to him, and edit them out digitally to prove to the board at the company they all work at that he’s gone insane and fire him because his inactivity is causing them to go under.

What do all of these have in common? Continue reading ““In Our World…” My Problems With Modern Movie Trailers and Marketing”

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2016: Best Movies, Nate’s Honourable Mentions + 10-1

Click here for So Bad It’s Good, here for Worst Movies 37-11, here for Best Movies 36-11, and here for Worst Movies 10-1. Continue reading “2016: Best Movies, Nate’s Honourable Mentions + 10-1”

Podcast: Ghostbusters (2016)

(Originally published 18 July 2016)

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Article where I talked about this film previously here.

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My Problems with: The Feminism of Trainwreck

(Originally published 15 July 2016)

WARNING: This review contains spoilers for the movie Trainwreck. As in, I spoil the entire damn movie and talk about it like you’ve watched it. While having seen the movie is not essential to reading this, it does give you more context for the points I bring up, and of course do not read further if you wish to see the movie spoiler-free. Continue reading “My Problems with: The Feminism of Trainwreck”