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The Flattout Truth on Kong: Skull Island

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 ReporterGraphic of Kong; Skill Island Review

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The Flattout Truth on the Positive Future of Sequels

Flattout Truth on Sequel Culture

By Cameron R. Flatt

Hollywood is constantly under fire for many of its practices and, often enough, for good reason.

Most large budgets movies pander to their audience. Recognizable stars can often be the only reason for a film’s existence. … Read the rest

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The Flattout Truth on “Strangers in Paradise” (True/False Documentary Review)

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 Reporter

“Strangers in Paradise” is a documentary from first time director Guido Hendrikx. Shot almost entirely in a classroom, a Dutch actor speaks with three distinct approaches to three different groups of refugees about their … Read the rest

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The Flattout Truth on “Safari” (True/False Documentary Review)

Safari Film Review

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 Reporter

“Safari” is a documentary from veteran Austrian director Ulrich Seidl. Somewhat ambiguous in its intentions, “Safari” introduces us to a handful of German-speaking big game hunters while showing us footage of their hunts.

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The Flattout Truth on movies and television to heal a broken heart

Cameron Flatt lists the best break up movies

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 Reporter

A strong support network of friends and family, coupled with a resilient sense of independence, is what it truly takes to get over a hard break-up. There is that initial period, however, where most … Read the rest

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Proving your manhood by wrecking motorcycles and fighting old people: The Flattout Truth on the Teachings of Hot Rod

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 Reporter

Proving your manhood by wrecking motorcycles and fighting old people: The Flattout Truth on the Teachings of Hot Rod

Comedies are meant to make us laugh. Statements don’t get more obvious than that. Great comedies, however, seek to accomplish much more than a few chuckles. Humor can soften a tense subject, satirize a … Read the rest

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Q & A with stand-up comedian Lewis Black.

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 Reporter

Stand-up comedian Lewis Black will be in Columbia, Mo. Thursday, November 17. He is best known for his angry and brutally honest take on politics and culture. He will occasionally appear on “The Daily … Read the rest

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The Flattout Truth on Directors’ Spontaneous Genre Jumps

By Cameron R. Flatt

Directors' spontaneous genre jumps

Consistency is what most careers are built upon, and film directing is no exception. Even if a director can’t deliver constant quality, most fans will be happy with continuity in style or genre. Disney has built … Read the rest

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The Flattout Truth on the Scariest Non-Horror Movies

By Cameron R. Flatt, E23 Reporter

The Flattout Truth: The scariest non-horror moviesIt’s October and that means scary movies are the subject of most American conversations and online content. Anything about a maniac with a mask and weapon or a ghost spookily moving chairs is sure … Read the rest

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Rocky Horror: The new vs. the old

By Cameron Flatt, E23 Reporter

The term “cult classic” normally refers to a movie that was not popular upon its initial release, but has built up a strong, fanatical following over time. A definitive example is the original 1975 “The … Read the rest

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