Monthly Archives: December 2013

A Review of The Wolf of Wall Street

The Wolf of Wall Street is almost great enough to join Martin Scorsese’s Holy Trinity of Raging Bull, Goodfellas, and Taxi Driver. The film is a sort of thematic successor to both Goodfellas and The Aviator. Goodfella’s obsession with the … Continue reading

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The Best films of 2013

It was very difficult to pick one “best film” of 2013. Usually, the choice is remarkably simple. Overall though, this year left me feeling cold. Everyone seemed to flock to The Hunger Games and Star Trek, but they were likely … Continue reading

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A Review of Anchorman 2

Much like the first Anchorman, or any number of W.C. Fields or Marx Brothers films, Anchorman 2 is not particularly concerned with a plot. Although some will be convinced that the film is far deeper than it is, what with … Continue reading

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A Review of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

First, I’m sorry this is late. I promised someone I’d watch it with them over Thanksgiving. OK then, that’s out of the way. Let’s do this. The first Hunger Games was a perfectly fine B-movie, filled with fine performances and … Continue reading

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