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Movie review: LBJ

Rob Reiner directed this 2017 biographical film about a complicated, crusty, sometimes ill-tempered, but very human man determined to make the dreams of his assassinated predecessor, John F. Kennedy, come to fruition. The timeframe of the movie is short — … Continue reading

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I’m taking myself to see “LBJ” this weekend.

I rarely go to the movies (the last movie I actually took myself to see was Inside Out), but I really, really need to see LBJ, the new dramatic biography about Lyndon Baines Johnson.    Johnson was the 36th president … Continue reading

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Happy Groundhog Day!

In celebration of Groundhog Day, here are some of that comedy’s best scenes.  Enjoy!

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A trip to Oz (narcissistic abuse).

Anyone who reads narcissism blogs has heard the term “flying monkey,” straight out the famous movie, The Wizard of Oz. But WOZ is important to narcissistic abuse survivors for much than just that. Tracy Malone takes us down the Yellow … Continue reading

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One way to peg a narcissist you probably never heard of.

It may sound ridiculous but I think this is a good way to judge a person’s character without their suspecting anything. Chatter about movies, books, and other forms of entertainment is a standard ice breaker (and is part of the … Continue reading

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A malignant narcissist’s rage in action.

I’m not going to review the movie “Boogie Nights” here but there’s a scene I want to talk about because of how powerful it is. “Boogie Nights” is a 1997 film that starred Mark Wahlberg as Dirk Diggler, young man … Continue reading

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So I’m going to see “Inside Out” and it’s pure serendipity.

I decided I spend enough time every weekend holed up in my small dark house blogging like a maniac like some sort of avoidant Aspie hermit (which I kind of am!) Suddenly the idea came to me that I wanted–needed–to … Continue reading

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“The Narcissist”–NOVA interview with director Eric Casaccio

The Northern Virginia International Film Festival just posted a new interview from the Northern Virginia Annual Film Festival, where film director Eric Casaccio talks about his short film “The Narcissist,” a drama about a man named Evan (Hunter Lee Hughes) … Continue reading

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“Welcome to Me”–a darkly humorous look at borderline personality disorder

I’ve been wanting to post a movie review (which I haven’t done in a while), and also something about borderline personality disorder. How serendipitous that the “chick flick” my daughter and I decided to see this afternoon is a movie … Continue reading

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Ferris Bueller, Psychopath.

One of my favorite 1980s movies (which I have probably watched at least 50 times, because it’s always on TV) is John Hughes’ humorous 1986 study of teenage narcissist Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) and his plot to gallivant about Chicagoland … Continue reading

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