So, here’s my big question: just how much TV do we need anyway?
This is the biggest benefit of “Amusing Ourselves to Death:” its introduction into the world of deconstructing cultural mythology. What we take for granted, and oftentimes fail to see.
As a scientist, I have always been intensely curious about what caused the Chernobyl explosion. The HBO series does an outstanding job of explaining.
The Hobbit movies are good movies; they could have been great movies.
To ignore the political nature of our lifestyles is to create apolitical myths that hide us in a faux-innocence, subverting necessary chance, and protecting destructive power structures.
The end of Ed (as we know it).
Wrestling, comic books, and chick flicks.
Vertigo as an early expression of catfishing and Dune as fanbase purity.
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Lit crit. It’s a thing.
Hey buddy, could you f***ing spare a billion?
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