Movies

  1. His name is BRAHMS. He is an EVIL DOLL. What time are you all coming over? We can drive to the theater together if you're worried about parking.

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  2. Jeremiah 29:11
    "For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope."

    "Well, never mind! Your Auntie Mame will open doors for you. Doors you never even dreamed existed. What times we'll have!"

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  3. Sometimes we don't know what we need from movies until one of them gives it to us.

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  4. If you are avoiding spoilers for a 1939 novel, do not read this. I am using the new BBC adaptation as our jumping-off point, but there are no major differences in plot (only in sexiness and cocaine usage.)

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  5. Some critics were calling Finn, among other things, comic relief, a token, and a coward. I don’t make a habit of arguing with people’s opinions, but what you’re not gonna do is flatten this character because he doesn’t fit your narrow expectations.

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  6. ICY BLONDE WOMAN [weighted down with diamonds]: I'm awfully nervous, John

    A PSYCHIATRIST: You're absolutely crazy, Madeline. The specific nature of your madness has long been of interest to men of science. Allow me to deliver a thirty-minute lecture directly to the camera in front of the blackboard on the subject. [He does so.]

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  7. Death Becomes Her
    Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn as resentful exes playing an increasingly dangerous game of lesbian one-upmanship. One-updykeship. I don't know, puns aren't my strong suit. All of Bruce Willis' scenes are replaced with that shot of Isabella Rossellini wearing a necklace for a shirt and purring "You're scared."

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  8. Nicole finally pulled the "I won't be seeing the new Star Wars for a long time because I have two children and a new puppy" on me, which she should have done a long time ago, because by holding out until now, I thought she never would.

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  9. How Home Alone Shows the Stress of Holidays On Introverts

    Home Alone and Vulnerable: Today’s Youth Wouldn’t Hear Intruders Through Their Headphones

    The Benefits of Teaching Practical Problem-Solving Skills to Millennials

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  10. I'm a fan of tradition. I don't particularly care what the tradition is, how long it's existed, or what it represents, I just like things you can look forward to every year because I'm an anxious person who craves stability. I'm also a fan of Secular Christmas, because I don't believe in god but I look great in red. Because of those two, let me present one of my favorite Christmas Traditions, the annual viewing…

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  11. Their Style: Georg favors a seafaring aesthetic inspired by rigid discipline, uniforms, and a lot of marching. He likes rooms to conduct themselves with the utmost order and decorum. I enjoy large fountains, tree-lined streets, extravagant home puppet theaters, and statues that remind me of the Reverend Mother’s chiseled cheekbones.

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  12. "Love Actually script editor reveals what happened with Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman's characters"

    They, uh, he cheated on her with someone at work and then she cried, right?

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  13. The TV movie’s first act takes place in 1960, the same year the FDA approves birth control pills. +5

    The TV movie’s second act takes place in 1990, the year Emory University established the first Ph.D. program in women’s studies in the US. +8

    Yet another item in the canon assuming only male-appearing creatures can be horrifying serial killers… -3

    …But likely because we understand men

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  14. Why do I have to wait a single second to watch this movie?

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  15. "Producer Albert R. Broccoli at first thought he was British and so considered him; he was in fact German."

    "Was not English."

    "For having 'hands too big and a face like a farmer.'"

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