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Jay is just a dude who takes in an unhealthy amount of media of all types. Currently living in Atlanta, Georgia, he firmly believes that all movie theaters should have leather recliners, you eat popcorn too loudly, and if you don't put that cellphone away in 2 seconds you will learn the definition of frontier justice.

JASON BOURNE: A Descent To The Generic

Since the inception of the Bourne franchise in 2002, the blockbuster as we know it has undergone a dramatic shift. Variety is limited as

POPSTAR: A Brilliant Comedy That's Ahead Of Its Time

You will see the term postmodern to describe the comedy of The Lonely Island, the comedy team responsible for this film and the birth

The SPACE JAM Fantasy Draft

It's Space Jam Week! Everybody get up, it’s time to slam now. We got a real jam goin’ down.

World of Tomorrow

It is always nice to visit the short films that people work so hard on but you never really think about viewing. It is

hail, caesar

The Coen Brothers have managed to put their own twist on noir, the buddy comedy, crime drama, romantic comedies, westerns, and spy films. They are

How to Analyse Movies #6: Story & Genre - Star Wars Force Awakens

Walking out of the theater after my opening night showing of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, I felt like I had received a warm hug

No Country For Old Men

Joel and Ethan Coen's No Country for Old Men is a unique genre mash-up that contains elements of western, horror, drama, and crime films.


Bridge of Spies is not what I would call a happy film. Gray snow envelopes the dilapidated East German cityscape and we find Tom

The Martian

I flipped the final page of Andy Weir’s "The Martian" a couple of weeks ago. Thousands of other people have done the exact same

inherent Vice

If it were not for Paul Thomas Anderson, there is a (very) good chance I wouldn’t be interested in writing about movies. It is