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THE WAIFISH WAYS OF THE TWENTY-SOMETHING-YEAR-OLD

By Mikhail Karadimov Frances Ha dir. by Noah Baumbach Frances is lost, confused, and full-on adrift.… View Post

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STUCK IN THE MUCK AND MIRE OF ADVENTURE

By Mikhail Karadimov Mud dir. by Jeff Nichols No boy can escape the charismatic allure of… View Post

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A KILLER’S CROCODILE TEARS

By Mikhail Karadimov The Act of Killing dir. by Joshua Oppenheimer Like the subjects of Joshua… View Post

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OH NO, NOT HER AGAIN!

By Mikhail Karadimov March 26th, 2014 Shortly after reading my review on Her, a friend of… View Post

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A HOOTENANNY OF EXCESS: THE WOLF HOWLS FOR MORE, MORE, MORE!

By Mikhail Karadimov March 24th, 2014 The Wolf of Wall Street dir. by Martin Scorsese The Wolf… View Post

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THE HODGEPODGE GREATNESS OF ‘A FIELD IN ENGLAND’

By Mikhail Karadimov March 23rd, 2014 A Field in England dir. by Ben Wheatley A Field… View Post

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I THINK MY SMARTPHONE, LIKE, “LIKES ME” LIKES ME, YOU KNOW?

By Mikhail Karadimov Her dir. by Spike Jonze In the last ten/fifteen years, technology has evolved… View Post

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SOFTENED EDGES

By Mikhail Karadimov March 19th, 2014 Enough Said dir. by Nicole Holofcenter It’s odd to see the… View Post

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ATTACK OF THE ABS: PART DEUX

By Mikhail Karadimov March 18th, 2014 300: Rise of an Empire dir. by Noam Murro The… View Post

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