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3 things about Arch Oboler’s THE BUBBLE

The Bubble [1966] 1. “You’re making too much of this. After all, what’s childbirth? Just a sexy bellyache.” 2. Floating tray of beers. And as it approaches, you can see the wires affixed to the corners of the tray. 3. … Continue reading

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A selected inventory of 2014.

By the numbers … 188: movies I watched in 2014 (36 of which I viewed in a theater) 41: pizzas we ordered from The Art of Pizza 35: visits to Three Dots and a Dash 36: mystery green statistic Happy … Continue reading

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3 things about Richard Linklater’s BOYHOOD

Boyhood [2014] 1. Around the corner, half hidden in shadow, he watches the argument unfold. 2. Garage door half open. “Go in the house! Go in the house!” 3. The Moment is always Now. Simply: masterpiece.

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3 things about Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogen’s THIS IS THE END

This Is the End [2013] 1. “You never know what you’re gonna get.” 2. A pink donut with sprinkles. 3. “Throw me that knife!” 3 other things.

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3 things about Colin Eggleston’s LONG WEEKEND

Long Weekend [1978] 1. He examines kangaroo gore stuck to the front grille of the vehicle. 2. Bored with his guitar and Playboy, he resumes toking up. 3. The shaft of the dart and a fiddlehead fern.

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A selected inventory of 2013.

By the numbers … 210: movies I watched in 2013 (113 of which were for the first time) 38: pizzas we ordered from The Art of Pizza 21: visits to Three Dots and a Dash 32: mystery green statistic Happy … Continue reading

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Sound rolls, and other baked goods.

Over the weekend I started logging the location sound rolls. So far I’ve logged 15 out of the 20 total. Basically what I’m noting are things like scene and take info, sound quality, and what I think of the performances. … Continue reading

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