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So this is the section where I'm suppose to talk about myself? I've never been all that good at it. Only reason I'm here is for the movies. It's all I've ever been good at doing, watching them, researching them, loving (and hating) them. I try to write them, probably got a few *ahem* <b>amazing</b> stories up my sleeve but we'll see what comes my way. ; )
I try and make it my job to shelter those less informed from movies that are less than stellar. If you're going to see something lame like <i>Transformers</i> or, well, most anything after 2001, I would submit to you to think about it. Don't waste your time, cause that's all you got. But I'm getting ahead of myself. I'm merely trying to spread the knowledge around. S'the only job I can call a job at this point. Feels good to show people <i>Army of Darkness</i> for the first time, I'm sure you know how it goes.
Keep watchin', keep waitin'. Your own favorite movie is out there somewhere. I've found mine, but I remain optomistic that, perpaps, there exists a movie that's better than perfect.
<i>?Going to the cinema is like returning to the womb; you sit there, still and meditative in the darkness, waiting for life to appear on the screen.?</i>
- Federico Fellini