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Welcome, Mr. Non-Denominational Winter*

Is it a flagrant cheat to write a post promising to write more posts in the unknown, untold future?


Am I chucking caution into the wind like Donny Kerabatsos’ ashes and doing it anyway?


The semester’s end has come (none too soon, I might add), and so the flurry of holiday press release/story writing has ceased. Now it’s time to get back down to the dirty, unforgivin’ and really fun business of reviewing movies.

Here’s what’s on the docket this week: retro reviews of “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure,” “Back to the Future” and “The Sound of Music” as well as reviews of nos. 18-20 in the Top 100 Films. My feelings about “The Sound of Music” — yet another brick in the Now-You-Can-Call-Yourself-a-Film-Buff wall — can be summed up thusly:

*If you don’t watch NBC’s “Community,” start now.