Category Archives: film reviews

Science fiction love: Sunday book/film review

I leave you this week with one book, one film, and one article, because I said so. White Boy Shuffle-Paul Beatty.  I have not read (and enjoyed) a book so filled with energy, punchlines and prose that flips and doubles … Continue reading

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Art show/film review

So the time I would normally spend reading books this week was spent going to a number of different events. The nagging feeling that I was becoming to settled in the work home sleep work routine compelled me to adventure … Continue reading

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Sunday book/Film Review

Grindhouse-One of the main things that make campy movies campy and enjoyable is their sincerity, the evident belief that the film being made is a quality one, or-failing that-one that people will really enjoy.  In that vein, there is an … Continue reading

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Capote, Sedaris and Schulz: Sunday Book/film review

Today’s book and film review: The film Capote, David Sedaris’ When You Are Engulfed in Flames, and Bruno Schulz’ The Street of Crocodiles.  This week off the “secong rung” of my self-improvement schedule, I will be working on my Spanish … Continue reading

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Sunday film/book review

Because I was working on my French this week, I elected to read one book in French.  Because of this, I only have one book complete this week, Albert Camus’ The First Man.  Also watched two films off the list.  … Continue reading

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