Monthly Archives: June 2021

10 times the satire of South Park was spot on

South Park is consistently one of the most aggressive shows on television and has been making fun of celebrities, politics and current events for over two decades. There have been dozens, even dozen, of episodes that perfectly delivered a pinpoint satire on a significant or ridiculous event in history. RELATED: …

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Horror franchise is starting to hit near – deadline

In 2013 as the Universal Blumhouse horror satire The purge Opened during the Obama era, the premise of an annual government sponsored Night of Terror, where all murders and acts of violence are allowed to go unchecked and with impunity, seemed completely absurd, the stuff of Hollywood. But now with …

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No Sudden Move Review: An Exciting Noir Review

Curt Goynes (Don Cheadle) is fresh out of jail and desperately needs money to buy back the land he believes has been taken from him. He is recruited by Jones (an unrecognizable, genuinely intimidating Brendan Fraser) along with Ronald (Benicio Del Toro) and Charley (Kieran Culkin) for a simple job: …

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An aspiring editor faces a thorny dilemma

[ Read an excerpt from “The Vixen.” ] The hero, Simon Putnam, is a very Franconian prose protagonist: clever fellow, in love with a good sentence, for good reasons disappointed in himself and barely understood what he is doing, stumbles over cobblestones out of ambition (very tall), conscience small and …

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