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The Villain That Spawned The Anti-Hero

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Before Deadpool was taking care of guys on his naughty list, and before Walter White was learning that in Chemistry, there are no half measures, James Gandolfini was doing favors, hitting targets, and curb-stomping perverts until his anxiety took the wheel on The Sopranos. The late Gandolfini plays the role …

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The World of Idiocracy May be Approaching

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With a stellar cast, and a relatively low budget, Idiocracy, a movie set 500 years in the future, may have predicted inventions or implementations that came much sooner than it expected. If you’re not familiar with the movie, Luke Wilson plays a completely average, unmotivated slacker Army Librarian, who suddenly …

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People Ask Me if I Knew Tyler Durden

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In the 1999 psychological thriller, Fight Club, David Fincher directed what would go on to be one of the most bizarre cult films of all time. While Fight Club captured the pure, organized savagery that was Fight Club, and showed its evolution into a complete anarchistic mutiny of society, we …

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Why The Hateful Eight Looked So Strangely Beautiful

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If you’re not above the over-the-top violence, edgy dialogue, and utterly unconventional film practices of Quentin Tarantino, you’ll get to explore a new level of strange in “The Hateful Eight.” It is Tarantino’s eighth film and challenges where the film industry has gone to, and where our styles have collectively …