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Review: The Beach Bum

Like Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, The Beach Bum shows how America is obsessed with sex, drugs and pure excess, how the country always rewards the immoral, selfish and lazy.

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Big Time’s Top 10 Simpsons Episodes

Everybody knows The Simpsons. The famous TV show rose to universal prominence in the early 90s, during a time when television was swarming with shallow, uninspired programming. With its mix of satire, humour and heart, The Simpsons was cynical yet sincere. Unlike the legions of

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Review: Sausage Party

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are known for making a particular genre of movies, one packed with drug humour, sex jokes and the occasional slapstick comedy. And for better or worse, their movies are an acquired taste; you either love or

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Review: IU’s Twenty-Three

K-pop is a guilty pleasure of mine. It’s fun, catchy, colorful, and a bit sexy; what’s not to like? But since K-pop is a business, mainstream artists generally avoid any thematic complexity, focusing on vibrant visuals and romantic lyrics instead. Think

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