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  • All In: The Fight for Democracy

    All In: The Fight for Democracy



    You Bettah vote! Everyone you know (that's eligible) better vote!

    Know a ballot? Let me show it!
    How to cast it? Let me help it!

    Yes, I have an opinion on how you should vote. But I'd rather you vote, even if you disagree with me. There is so much that is tied to legal implications from what apps are legal (tiktok) to what a bank can charge you to whether your employer…

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  • Stagecoach



    John Ford and his camera work and lighting. That's what the two stars are for. The story is fine. Paper thin, with some less-than-casual racism, and some anemic characters. At some point, I'm going to stop holding off on rating westerns I saw growing up. I keep hoping my older more jaded queer eyes will see something I missed growing up in the technical aspects at least. I haven't yet except that younger John Wayne was almost a snack. Not…

  • Mondays at Racine

    Mondays at Racine


    Get your hair did.

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  • Planet of the Humans

    Planet of the Humans


    Well fam, apparently the only way to save the earth is to not be alive on the Earth. But i'm pretty sure if we all kill ourselves, the documentary would complain about those corpses too. Also, Al Gore is the bad guy? I wonder, when Jeff Gibbs and Michael Moore are scorning people for the amount of plastics and biofuel and diesel and every other horrible thing they are doing in this doc, did they prepare it in some magical…

  • Atlanta's Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children

    Atlanta's Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children


    The first few acts covering the missing children and Atlanta at the time are great. Then it shifts into trial specifics and then it quickly rushes off to tie everything into a neat bow. A neat bow it can't provide because the story is still ongoing. It's a mess of a story and one worth knowing but not as satisfying as you'd like. Unlike a documentary that leaves you to answer the questions, this one spends far too much of…