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  • Catholic


    Yes, Richard, I agree.

  • 2000 Mules

    2000 Mules

    In his latest exposé, Dinesh alleges that the 2020 U.S. presidential election was stolen by the Democratic Party through a vast and coordinated conspiracy of "vote mules" - people illegally paid by shadowy forces to deliver hundreds of ballots to dozens of ballot drop-boxes. To prove his theory, he shows surveillance footage of several people dropping off multiple ballots into drop-boxes. He does not provide footage or evidence of these people visiting any other drop-boxes. It is legal to drop off absentee ballots for relatives in the United States.

Popular reviews

  • The Card Counter

    The Card Counter


    Weird that they left all the Abu Ghraib stuff out of the trailer. I assume this was accidental?

    Another Paul Schrader movie from Paul Schrader. You've got a man living an ascetic lifestyle writing a diary in a room, you've got the Pickpocket ending - all that good stuff you like and look forward to from our Uncle Paul. Almost every scene is set in a depressing hotel room, prison, or casino. I like that what draws Schrader to gambling…

  • The French Dispatch

    The French Dispatch

    Outlaw Vern had a viral tweet this week in which he said: "The Wes Anderson negativity I've noticed lately is so goofy. Were people ever like, 'Oh great. Here comes Jacques Tati with another one of his fucking Jacques Tati movies'?" Putting aside the fact that, yes, people absolutely did feel this way about Tati, I am somewhat sympathetic to his broader point. Wes Anderson is a supremely talented filmmaker who has created a style uniquely his own, and that's…