Tagged: mood: outrage

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Wolf of Wall Street, The

Martin Scorsese’s black comedy adaptation of Jordan Belfort’s biography is currently my favorite film of the decade in spite of its content and multiple amusing (yet fucked up) douchetastic moments.

8

Orange Is The New Black – Season 1

Out of Netflix’s new content, Orange Is the New Black proved to be the most interesting (and entertaining) of them all with its very diverse cast and outstanding storytelling.

4

Family, The (2013)

An ex-mob guy who’s ratted out against his former family is now under the witness protection program alongside his pyromaniac wife, his slightly sociopath daughter, and con-artist of a son move to small town Normandy (France).

3

12 Years A Slave

Steve McQueen’s film deserves as much praise and discussion as it does cricism for serving as a brilliant and harrowing depiction of Northup’s years of enslavement bleeding together as he loses track of his past

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Ray Donovan – Season 1

Ray Donovan is a “fixer” who works for the powerful law firm Goldman & Drexler that represents the rich and famous and solves all kinds of problems no matter how messy they are.

5

Kick-Ass 2

The movie will split in two with Hit-Girl being thrown in a Mean Girls/Carrie sorta mash-up, and with Kick-Ass discovering new costumed heroes to do good with.