Category: jim rohner

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I Do Movies Badly: Girl Shy

In this episode, Jim was expecting a gag film and got a character story instead. Luckily, the characters of Harold Meadows and Mary Buckingham are so relatable and likable that he was fully invested in their story.

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I Do Movies Badly: Harold Lloyd

Tyler Smith becomes the first member of the BP Fleet to guest on I Do Movies Badly since it returned to discuss the films of silent film actor, Harold Lloyd. The recipient of an MFA from UCLA talks about how...

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Jim’s Top Ten of 2018

For a long time my relationship with 2018’s cinematic offerings resembled that of the protagonist of a romantic comedy who fell in love with his best friend: I was always looking for something that would sweep me off my feet...

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I Do Movies Badly: The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life kicks off with a Bible quote from a book that should signal to you that – surprise! – there will be no easy answers. But when it comes to themes like creation, existence, significance, and memory, there...

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I Do Movies Badly: Badlands

Was Terrence Malick a genius with a clear directorial vision or a newcomer with no clear idea on what he wanted to do? It’s perfectly understandable to derive one or the other – or both – when watching Badlands, the directorial debut...

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I Do Movies Badly: Terrence Malick

In this, the longest episode in I Do Movies Badly history, the conversation between Jim and guest Andrew DeSelm emulates the tone of its subject in its meandering, grandiose, and occasionally poignant (purely by accident, of course) nature. If you’re into...