Posts By: Michael Margetis

The Biggest Moscow Mule in Existence (That We Know Of)

Aside from tiny things like teacup pigs, tiny cupcakes, and tapas, the one thing most Americans seem to collectively love the most is making things “the biggest.” From the Mall of America to the world’s largest hamburger, we just can’t seem to stop ourselves. It should come as no surprise, then, that the we’re also… Read more »

Movie Review: Nebraska

Michael Margetis sits down for another movie review with Alexander Payne’s Nebraska… No one understands the plight of the aged American male quite like Alexander Payne. Easily one of the best filmmakers working today, he’s already given us three masterpieces (About Schmidt, Sideways, The Descendants) exploring the overwhelming feeling of inadequacy many men experience once… Read more »

December 6, 2013

Movie Review: Catching Fire

Every so often a big Hollywood blockbuster completely knocks me off my ass by surprise, and ends up being fantastic. Having found the first Hunger Games film to be merely “all right”, I was skeptical going into “Catching Fire”, the latest installment. I expected a bunch of cheese, over-the-top performances and a pervading sense of… Read more »

December 2, 2013