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Colossal Is Weird, But Worth The Watch

Hello, everyone! Sorry for the extra long gap between posts. I hate to leave you hanging with a strange ode/critique to Taylor Swift. After writing that article I listened to Swift’s entire discography. Whether you find that to be sweet or alarming is really up to your opinion on the singer, but I gotta say, she  makes sad bus rides go a lot faster.  On a completely unrelated topic, tonight I watched Colossal for the last screening of my film analysis class. It’s such a bizarre, unique film that I’m not sure whether it deserves praise or ridicule. Perhaps that’s why it succeeds. It doesn’t play it safe or even try to be normal. Colossal wears its heart on its sleeve, with endearing and annoying results. In a marketplace filled with lukewarm comedies and robotic  blockbusters, Colossal is more than sincere enough to make up for its flaws.


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Desert Island Picks #1: Donnie Darko

Hello, all! We’ve all heard of the game where you can pick five movies / songs / vital tools for survival to take to a desert island. In this new segment, I’m going to discuss my favorite “desert island picks” that I would bring if I were to be stranded on a desert island. I’ve heard that all desert islands come with televisions and Netflix.


Desert Island Pick #1: Donnie Darko, directed by Richard Kelly

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