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What Happened To The Reality In Reality Television?
It is this planetary hold on the countless that tells us all that we need to know – there is no reality in reality television. We have no electron beam scanners or superheated charged gas combustion chambers that are capable of scanning, back-lighting or flickering even the remotest nuances of the feelings and sensations of the really-real real. When content is chugged like cheap brew and the next generation of t.v. dinner aficionados look for their GMO heartburn solutions in every other ad, celebrity mundanity and pop-appealists encourage idiot box prophets to stock the snack food aisles of our dwindling standards with Kool-Aid and golden sponge cakes oozing with the promise of creamy sustenance. Continue reading
Posted in Essays on art, Essays on Film, Online, philosophy and film, Rants & Raves, Speak-Freely, Uncategorized Tagged above the line, architects of this landscape of lies, dissave pictures, ed-op, entertainment news, extraterrestrial space turd "Gravity", hollywood, I'm an astronaut in the outer-outer space of contrariness, idiot box prophets, movie reviews, practical movie reviews, regurgitated reality show porn, rory dean, t.v, t.v. dinner aficionados, television editorials, The reality of reality television - stinks., there is no reality in reality television, today’s televised landscape-view, unwholesomely uninspired and the morbidly mediocre Leave a comment
Movie Review Blogging is about Momentum (2014)
Why do we watch films at all if not to escape, sometimes gingerly, almost all together brazenly into places familiar and not-so familiar to our own for minutes if not hours at a time of peaceful disinterest? Are we not consumed with the validating principle of our own misery as seen through the misery of others – or perhaps it is best thought of in slices at a time of confrontation, the way we live vicariously through close contact sports with the lives of others similarly distressed or otherwise purposefully impressed with pride, prejudice and privilege? It’s not about idealism or even happy endings but an ending that fits the mood and tone of the story and gives us a place to land and take off from… Continue reading
Posted in Essays on art, Essays on Film, Movie I've Seen, Movies You Should or Should Not See, philosophy and film, Rants & Raves, Speak-Freely Tagged above the line, blogger, Coney Island hot dog, crazy heart, dissave pictures, entertainment news, film critic, filmmaker movie critic, i melt with you, inconsolable human tragedies, independent productions, Life is a multi colored, many splendid thing, melissa k. smith, negative reviews, once beautiful past, practical movie reviews, rampart, rory dean, sometimes we hear the bullet, student film, The best stories, The cumulative power of doing things, the wrestler, verisimilitude, warrior 2 Comments