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Sully kicks Oscarbate season off to awful, tacky start

In January 2009, Chesley Sullenberger successfully ditched a commercial airliner in the Hudson River, averting what would have been a massive plane wreck. Now, Clint Eastwood has made things right by making a biopic about him that is just as big … Continue reading

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NO NARRATING

The Walk is a playful, visually stunning film, but every moment of joyful levity, every jaw-dropping stunt, is ruined by Ever since I was a little boy, I have always been looking for places to put my wire. When I was … Continue reading

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The Visit Shyamalan’s masterpiece

After the turn of the century, everyone kind of gave up on M. Night Shyamalan. Though he entered the ’00s on a wave of critical acclaim with Unbreakable and The Sixth Sense, he steadily lost steam with dud after dud until the hotly anticipated Last … Continue reading

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ILLUMINATI CONFIRMED

There’s been a lot of noise about the McDonald’s Happy Meal toys cursing, exposing children to language that their virgin ears just shouldn’t hear. What they’re really saying is far more sinister. The toys in question are tied in to the … Continue reading

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