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Intermission: Films about Food that Make You Feel Good

Here in Vancouver we’ve had an unusual winter. It snowed. A lot. More than once and more than an inch. Having grown up on the prairies I’ve had my fill of snow and no, I don’t think it’s magical or wonderful or any other kind of ridiculous things people say when it snows here. It’s gross. It’s mostly wet when it does fall, turns to slippery slush, and then freezes into patches of black ice. Disgusting. Read More…

Intermission: I Heart Kurt Russell

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A youthful Kurt Russell plays likeable Drew Stephens to Meryl Streep’s nuclear whistleblower Karen Silkwood.

I watched The Hateful Eight at the theatre a few months ago. There are a lot of things to say about that movie but I really only want to talk about how much I love Kurt Russell. I love Kurt Russell. Not in a romantic way, no, in a purely ‘he’s so cool’ kindof way. Because, he is. So very cool. Read More…

Intermission: Nashville (2012–)

There have been far too many Intermissions happening on this site lately. I know this, and promise more regularly scheduled movie review postings in the future. Not to get too detailed, but last month was a trifle busy—exiting my last job, VACATION taking, and beginning my new job. In the midst of all that change and planning, I found that I couldn’t make myself concentrate enough to watch movie-length features. Okay, so I maybe watched the first forty minutes of Step Up, but I didn’t finish it! Read More…

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Growing up as a t.v. kid in the ’80s and ’90s meant that God-movies were shown during Christian holidays. Because I had satellite television, I could watch commercial-free, four-hour Bible movies. It was an exciting time. Read More…

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