Everything Is Awful: And Other Observations by Matt BellassaiI never take the time to write reviews, but given my one star rating, I feel the necessity to justify it. For anyone who enjoyed Matts Buzzfeed show Whine About It, I bet you were equally as excited to see his book announcement as you were when new episodes would come out. However, Im not sure if the brevity of the videos format made it more enjoyable or if Ive simply grown out of this style of humor. The entire book comes across as a rambling, entitled mess. What I think is his attempt to normalize the chaos of adulthood simply comes off like a toddler screaming on the floor of a mall. He comes off as braggadocious about how little effort he puts into each day, playing right into the hands of any person who is on the I hate Millennials bandwagon. I know its intending to be for dramatic effect, to get more laughs, but theres no purpose for it. I think the easiest comparison would be Shane Dawsons books, I Hate My Selfie and It Gets Worse. Both use the same kind of stories and humor: self-deprecating, emphasizing on being bad adults and having a rough coming-of-age. However, Shanes tie up nicely into life lessons, or things hes used to become better and wants to share, whereas Matts just come off as excuses and woe is mes.
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We think WE have it bad as patients, but what about the people who have to put their fingers in our mouths?? Via vimeo. Start the month off right with the scariest thing there is: kids. Based on a Stephen King short story, Children of the Corn was poorly received at the time but has gained a cult following, because children are terrifying. This was last year's breakout horror hit, and it's easily as frightening as you've heard. Plus, switching between the classics and more modern fare will help keep your October horror viewings fresh.
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If you grew up in the '90s and s, Disney Channel Original Movies taught you how to navigate middle school, what to wear, and that your best friend of the opposite sex is definitely in love with you. Through the twin wonders of Netflix and YouTube, we recently rekindled our passion for this very specific art form. Some movies were just as awesome as we remembered, portraying male and female characters as equals in every way and showcasing kick-ass women that inspired us as awkward tweens. Others whipped us into a righteous feminist rage, with backward gender dynamics and objectified women. We decided to combine these two passions — feminism and Disney Channel Original Movies — and rank the 50 DCOMs that have left the strongest impact on us through a feminist lens, looking at strong female characters, feminist messaging, and overall quality of each movie equally.