FFRs

This page gives easy access to a list of my most recent Fast Food Reviews and the verdicts they recieved. I will keep my list down to 5 at a time. (See the full versions and rest of my FFRs here.)

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What are FFRs?

FFRs are Fast Food Reviews (quick reviews on films or books) that you can expect to see on some Fridays.

Fast Food Reviews look something like this:

Title (DOP)- Author/Director

Verdict: Read/Watch it!, Try it, or Think about it. (Note: You may notice that I never say “Buy it”. That’s because I really want to encourage you to use your nearest public library or a free resource you have legal access to. That is how I have access to 95% of what I review, and I never want to encourage you to spend your money without experiencing something for yourself.)

Thoughts: Here you will get a bit about the book/movie and why I gave it the particular verdict. I wont go into too many details—this isn’t a blog dedicated to piercing book or film criticism. I just hope to peak your interest and help guide you in the material so that you might or might not pursue it further. This is Fast Food Blogging, remember? (Occasionally, these will be a Restaurant Post when I feel incapable of presenting my points the Fast Food way)

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FAST FOOD REVIEWS:

1. Django: Unchained (2012)- Quentin Tarantino

Verdict: Watch it!

2. The Blob (1988)- Chuck Russell and Frank Darabont

Verdict: Try it.

3. Batman: The Court of Owls Volume 1 (2012)- Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo

Verdict: Read it!

4. The Master (2012)- Paul Thomas Anderson

Verdict: Try it.

5. Cloud Atlas (2004)- David Mitchell

Verdict: Read it!

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