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Lady Gaga’s Applause: Sanzen the Master Rings the Bell

When I staggered over the Kewpie Doll of Pop’s latest wizdom I was instantly compelled to object, no matter how much I might fall victim to her sticky web of sensationalism. I don’t know if a pop singer can ever be enlightened as such or even should strive for such purposeful independence – I mean it is from this sustenance of others that the cult of personality grows exponentially – the frothy romp of response to fans and critics stirred up. Continue reading

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Filmmaker and Film Critic makes Movie Blogger Efforts

Writing about movies is about as close to making them as I can get right now and I think it puts me in a unique position to share my thoughts as a bridge for others to fall in love with the how as much as the possibility of movies. Continue reading

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Some Safety Glass Distance (2013)

Writing is in my blood, it makes me feel connected to an often overwhelming sense of disconnectedness. Continue reading

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This filmic is a multi-layered visual experience that takes place not in the dream-world but along the road that surrounds it. Continue reading

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I Melt With You (2011)

“I Melt With You” feels like the mid-life rights of passage you’ve heard about or are living, the runway that many men land and take off from. Gathered for many drinks with the best friends of their lives quickly becomes a dangerous Bacchanalia of doomed ritualizing, darkly lit and disturbing yet familiar to anyone who has ever fallen off the beaten path and enjoyed it too much. Continue reading

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