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Break The Franchise

Posted in Humor, Movies on November 30th, 2014

That's not an ass. It's a space station
Kim Kardashian – Break The Franchise

It may be redundant, as Lucas managed to fairly authoritatively break Star Wars with his prequels, episodes I – III, let’s give┬áKim Kardashian and her ass a shot at it.

That’s no moon. It’s a space station.

Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi
Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope

Just because the celebutante couldn’t seem to manage to break the internet doesn’t mean she can’t break an already fractured franchise. ;-)

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Disney’s Rebel Princess

Posted in Humor, Movies, Music, Society on August 19th, 2014

Certainly, you don’t have to enjoy Disney’s Frozen. You do, however, have to face the fact that Elsa is Disney’s rebel princess…and in more ways than just her sexuality.

Elsa of Arendelle – Disney’s Rebel Princess

Whether is saying, “Fuck It All” to her final exams or “Let ‘Em Burn” about people who’ve hurt her or held her down, Elsa is most definitely a rebel through and through.

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Classic Sci-Fi

Posted in Movies on March 29th, 2014

Star Wars Hieroglyphs
Star Wars Is Classic, Old-Time Sci-Fi

Think about this. Stars Wars hit the theaters 37 years ago in 1977, just two years after the the fall of Saigon and the end of the Vietnam War.

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