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The Founder Directed by John Lee Hancock Opens January 20 Morally bankrupt biopic The Founder tells the story of Ray Kroc, who stole someone else’s hamburger stand and turned it into a poisonous megacorporation that embodies the worst of America—except, in the film’s estimation, that somehow makes him a national hero. Because… business? Kroc makes savvy, self-serving deals, leeches off others and rises to the top of his profession despite (or, because of!) his being terrible, horrible,...
All we're saying is, it's a pretty slippery slope from debating capitalism's merits to guaranteeing all Americans end up in communist gulags. No, really! Follow Matt Lubchansky on Twitter, visit his Patreon page here, or check out his store here.
New York City is the place where the most harebrained, ambitious, and maybe even useless ideas will have their day. "If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere" presupposes that here, you'll at least get a chance. It's only within these permissive operating conditions that something like Wall-(m)Art, an art "gallery" that will put a frame around a graffiti on a public wall and give you a certificate of authenticity as "owner" of...

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