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Why you have to read "the Disaster Artist"
  1. First of all, if the Huffington Post calls it "possibly the most important piece if literature ever printed" then it is.
  2. The famous "It's not true! I did not hit her! It's bullshit! I did not. Oh hi mark" took three hours to shoot.
  3. Tommy Wiseau named the character Mark after Matt Damon because he thought it was Mark Damon
  4. And the movie with all the Franco brothers in it? Now the movie has become a cult legend
  1. Forgotten presents in one (belated bday, housewarming, christmas, and new years)
    I guess my friend felt bad? Though i'm just grateful for her existence in general. She is just a beautiful person!
  2. New pair of shiny black shoes with velvet bows that replaced my 3-yr-old oxford shoes i refer to as Michael (as in michael jackson)
    The fancy black and gold Michael had a hole at the bottom that would soak up my right foot when it rained (i still wore it for another month on dry days)
  3. Laundry, done. After a week of procrastination
    After finals weeks and after a week of vacation i finally managed to carry bags of black clothes(i only had one piece of white tshirt, reflects on new york taste in color i guess) to the laundromat three blocks away! Ha
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  1. Nicolas Cage (havent given up yet)
  2. Steve Buscemi
  3. Christopher Walken
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A mix of mainstream and underrated shows that are taking refreshing directions with their point of view
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    Documentary Now! (IFC)
    The first thing to know about the series: the Saturday Night Live power triplet Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Seth Meyers. Secondly, that it's not just comedy, but a play on documentary films- which is brilliant because documentaries are now a trend thanks to the new Netflix life over the US. Renewed through season 3.
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    Fargo (FX)
    Fargo has everything that I like- black humor, crime and gore, and human drama. It's becoming known as this slick-smart-and-modest type of show but the emotional drama maybe a bit subtle for the average audience. Nonetheless it's probably going to be successful because it's awesome..(9.0 on IMDB!)
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    Transparent (Amazon)
    A heavy drama wrapped in comedy about an unusual-but strangely easy to relate to- family. Probably because, who hasn't had family problems? The drama does get a little heavy because it deals with identity issues in today's society that we should all maybe think about.
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