Louis Peitzman
louispeitzman
8/5/11
8:08 PM
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Roger Ebert also said Knowing was one of 2009's best films. I disagree with him frequently.

8/5/11
8:05 PM
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I wouldn't say I'm an "incredibly jaded" person. If you look at past Pop Punishments, you'll see that I often enjoy the maligned movie I cover. I just really don't like What Dreams May Come.

8/5/11
8:04 PM
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You're very much entitled to your opinion, though I think it's a little silly to suggest the hatred is anything new.

8/5/11
8:02 PM
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Mrs. Doubtfire, The Birdcage, Deconstructing Harry, and—forgive me—Jumanji.

7/1/11
7:11 PM
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'80s looking Pasdar is the only reason to watch the movie, so I'm really just cutting through the filler on your behalf.

5/13/11
6:14 PM
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The reviews archived on Rotten Tomatoes speak for themselves. Variety said, "wildly overproduced and derivative." Time Out said, "it will baffle kids, bore adolescents, and depress adults." It has a 13% rating overall. Read more

4/29/11
5:56 PM
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They were gifts from the aliens. Nothing says "sorry everyone you've ever known and loved is dead" like a bunny!

4/22/11
8:21 PM
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Yes! Then Pinhead does his best Jesus impression. It's great—and Good Friday appropriate!

4/16/11
2:07 PM
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It also has one great Cordelia line! But, yeah, pretty bad overall.

4/15/11
8:00 PM
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It's not all hate. I'm writing about media that most people crap on, but some weeks it will be a film/TV episode/book I legitimately enjoy.

4/15/11
7:29 PM
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"Potential" isn't great, but there are so many worse episodes about Dawn feeling inadequate and whining a lot.

4/15/11
7:24 PM
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You act like there's something wrong with Buffy and Riley having sex forever.