Tag Archives: Film

Remember that one song from the “Inspector Gadget” movie?

I’m the guy most likely to start a sentence with “Did you know it’s been 5 years since….” Continue reading

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This is My Spotify Life, Part 1

Remembering life one song at a time with a Spotify playlist. Continue reading

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The circle is now complete: 10 years of Revenge of the Sith

10 years ago was the end of an era, from a certain pint of view. Continue reading

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Leonard Nimoy, 1931 – 2015

Everyone has their own Mount Rushmore. I’m talking about the hypothetical mountain, located in the middle of nowhere in South Dakota that doesn’t have the faces of four presidents blasted and carved into its side. The mountain we mentally anoint with create … Continue reading

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Chris Pratt and his ‘phantasmagorical’ career moment

With the rumors that Chris Pratt could one day crack Indiana Jones’ whip, I revisited the day last July when I asked the actor what it was like during a very special moment in his career. He called it “phantasmagorical.” Continue reading

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REVIEW: ’22 Jump Street’ is something cool and knows it

Expectations and hopes have been thrust into the hands of everyone involved with the sequel and the movie acknowledges that by proudly saying “bring it on.” Continue reading

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Watching TFIOS with its target audience

While sitting in Theater One at the Landmark 12 cinema on Keystone Ave Thursday night, preparing to watch one of the earliest public viewings of “The Fault in Our Star” in order to review it for Indianapolis Monthly, I noticed one major thing: I was in the minority.

As a 23-year-old, male college student who has been reading John Green’s novels since his junior year of high school, it was clear I was not the movie’s target audience. Continue reading

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