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Podcast #2: Creating a Culture of Life . . . with Memes?

Logan talks with Elijah Thompson of The Fetal Position and Dank Pro-Life Memes, and reviews Thor: Ragnarok, All But Invisible by Nate Collins, and Kelly Clarkson’s latest release, The Meaning of Life.

Elijah Thompson:

The Fetal Position

Dank Pro-Life Memes

 

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Review: Hail, Caesar!

In the twenty-first century, film is an obviously scandalous industry.  More troubles seem to come to the limelight every week with the advent of social media and digital journalism. But this isn’t the twenty-first century.  Rather, it’s the 1950’s, when studios owned actors’ contracts, films were shot on studio back lots, and synchronized swimming with mermaids was a thing. Read More

Boyhood: The Novelty Fades

The acoustic intro to Coldplay’s “Yellow” plays out over a cloudy, blue sky. The distinct, cartoon images of Pokemon fling themselves across a 13-inch television. An argument between a young, single mother and her boyfriend rage on as her two children watch around the corner.

This is how Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater (School of Rock, A Scanner Darkly), begins. Read More