Stuff You Watch

  • LoveandEngineering
    Love and Engineering Review
    Posted in: Movies

    When determining a language for love, we think to the Western Europeans. This refined and chivalrous structure has created a fog over the idea of romance. Romantic languages originating in Spain, France and Italy provide a framework for what we all chase in a partner. With our expectations skewed to a time hundreds of years […]

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    Sponge Out of Water Review
    Posted in: Movies

    Are ya ready, kids? Your favorite animated sponge has reached another milestone with his second theatrical release. Can you believe it, kids? What can you say about SpongeBob? He made history invading the mainstream back in the ‘90s, becoming a cultural phenomenon, and continues going stronger than ever today with his new movie. Like it […]

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    Doing it Right: Untangling Spider-Man’s Web
    Posted in: Comics, Featured, Movies

    Well kids, it happened. Rumors had been pointing to this event for a while as cynical logic and studio execs denied its possibility. Spider-Man is finally being brought into the fold. The Web-head will be a part of the extremely successful Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sony Pictures will be maintaining final control over the webslinger, and Marvel Studios […]

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    Aziz Ansari, LIVE! Review
    Posted in: TV

    Aziz Ansari is a rare breed. I don’t mean it in the way it sounds—plenty of comedians do what he does, perhaps better. Rather, Ansari has an acute ability to bring what might border on a shrill and potentially annoying demeanor together with layered, smart humor for an end product that is equal parts wacky […]

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    Valentine’s Day Cards For The NerdGlow Lovers
    Posted in: Movies, TV

    And to further borrow from the brilliance of (500) Days of Summer… It’s these cards and the movies and the pop songs, they’re to blame for all lies and the heartache, everything. Keeping that in mind, we’ve decided to bring you some cards that you can use for people you actually like, instead of just handing […]

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    2015 Oscars Predictions: What Will Win And What Should
    Posted in: Featured, Movies

    Best Picture American Sniper Clint Eastwood, Robert Lorenz, Andrew Lazar, Bradley Cooper and Peter Morgan, Producers Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Alejandro G. Iñárritu, John Lesher and James W. Skotchdopole, Producers Boyhood Richard Linklater and Cathleen Sutherland, Producers The Grand Budapest Hotel Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Steven Rales and Jeremy Dawson, Producers The Imitation […]

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    The Newsroom in the Age of Infotainment
    Posted in: Featured, TV

    Buzzfeed is not real news. Don’t get me wrong, I love Buzzfeed just as much as the next guy, but it’s not. The Onion is hilarious, too. Their headlines are poignant and clever every time. That said, it’s still not news. Why don’t we add Jon Stewart’s Daily Show and Stephen Colbert’s recently ended Colbert […]

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    The Ill-Fated Mothering of Alien Bastard Children in Contemporary Sci-Fi
    Posted in: Books, Movies

    Science Fiction has long been a meditative genre; a mirror for one to view the human condition through bionic eyes and through the cockpits of wormhole-accessible spacecraft. In more contemporary sci-fi, however, we can find new elements emerging in the fogged lens of our mirror. Sci-fi now not only reflects gender issues more prominently, such […]

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    Whiplash Review
    Posted in: Featured, Movies

    When the blood begins to spurt from the webbing between his thumb and his forefinger, seeming to splash in time with the unrelenting jazz drumbeat, you just want it to be over. In fact, you wanted it to be over three minutes ago, when you could see the post-traumatic stress already beginning to form in […]