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Similar to the basic point of the article here, criticizing the audience rather than the film, in 1982 Rex Reed wrote of his choice not to either see or write a review of "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan," while in the same paragraph stating that "Star Trek" fans wouldn't be able to read it anyway. A ridiculous comment since Trek fans have from the beginning been a demographic of the most enlightened and well-read members of the viewing public. In a later column he somewhat apologized stating "hell hath no fury like a Trekkie scorned." He eventually did review "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" and gave it three stars for its comedic focus when he was on "At the Movies," and added that he wondered how the Trekkies felt about it not taking the series seriously, again not realizing that humor has always been one of the strongest aspects of "Star Trek," as evidenced by the original series episodes "The Trouble With Tribbles," "I, Mudd" and "A Piece of the Action." Only Reed can say if he eventually did see "Wrath of Khan" or whether he acknowledges what a magnificent adventure it is, and Reed's listed reviews for the New York Observer have not included the two J.J. Abrams reboot entries so far released.
It was always a pleasure to drop by. But it seems the only way to keep a book store open these days is to attach it to a bar.
I think it is extremely distasteful to rant on about the supremacy of "the blue eyed people", not only for the general gauche-ness of claiming anyone with a particular physical trait they had no control over is superior but for the blatant disrespect of our modern history in which tens of thousands of people were killed in the name of a blue eyed "race."
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Isn't this interesting? Especially given that agents of gentrification so indulgent suffer no such scrutiny? Of course, let's line up this article and its implication about policing disparity between "hipster/s" and "locals" with one bemoaning how "hipster/s are targeted by everyone."
You poor, poor souls. How ever will you go on with your lives without your perfect clothing? There are people who have to get their clothing from dumpsters, and this is what you're complaining about?
Quit whining about what you claim is "dishonesty" and start praising what you KNOW is capitalism at its finest!
I work for J.Crew. I'm sorry if you had a bad experience, but this is an example of some of the biggest arrogance in American culture: the notion that, if an individual had an unpleasant experience with a company, the company MUST be going down the shitter. In reality, J.Crew doesn't need you. J.Crew continues to grow, despite your unfortunate body type, or your one pair of squeaky shoes.
Any issues you may have with the company, stop blogging and commenting about it, and send it to email@example.com.
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Just saw Early Summer recently and became an instant fan. Gonna see this on Tuesday.
Btw, there is no june 9 show at Film Forum, just (june 7,8 and 11)
and L, you are missing the p in point.
This is such a great takedown. Thank you.
and a k in thinks.
You are missing an l in uncle.
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