Drinking Without Borders Drinkathon

Drinking Without Borders:  Drinkathon to benefit Doctors without Borders.

Who says drinking doesn't solve anything? The Less Than Negative crew tackles on their next challenge hoping to not fail miserably. Drinking without Borders is a drinking event where our misguided bandits raise money for Doctors without Borders by drinking ourselves stupid and watching horrible movies.

On Sunday, May 24th we will be streaming via Ustream our punishment through such film classics as Suburban Commando, Meteor Man, Revenge of the Nerds III, and the Last Dragon. Yes it is going to suck. And since just getting wasted through movies would be to easy, we are incorporating the ROULETTE WHEEL OF DOOM. Each hour, we will test each others BAC levels where the lowest will have to spin the wheel and subject themselves to whatever humilation is won.

The important this is that we raise funds for the real heroes over at Doctors without Borders who have done an amazing job helping impovershed area of the world with medical care. Even if you don't stick around for our streamed failure, go ahead and cough up a few bucks to do the right thing.

The LTN crew thanks our family, friends, and fans for their support in this as well as the dedication of Doctors without Borders..

Please show your support at the Gofundme we set up for the charity event and give what you can!

American Sniper

American Sniper:  Bradley Cooper plays a badass and is actually believable.

If you are into war films at all, you need to stop what you are doing right now and watch this film by whatever means necessary. RIGHT. NOW. I say this now, but will explain towards the end, this is a very important and very relevant film. It should be talked about and discussed by our society that may seem apathetic and oblivious to a war that was not that far away in time. While there may be several controversial aspects about the real life Chris Kyle, the film takes a look at a man after all the bullets fly pass and the cliches run their course. It is a troubling look at a man, after all the bravado is stripped away, that struggles to deal with his acceptance of (and by) a world that may not be ready to understand.

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Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049:  Even the most beautiful film needs a goddamn editor.

I’m not sure how many people wanted this sequel, but here we are and I am honestly glad that they did it. Before I talk about this one, there is a need to address the first film, or more specifically, the ending. Is Deckard a replicant? The answer to this question is shrouded in directorial hubris, fandom, and multiple special editions, but ultimately falls into two camps. The first are convinced that Deckard was essentially human and Ridley Scott shoehorned that replicant shit in to make himself look more clever than he actually is. The second camp of twelve people think that Deckard being a replicant is not retarded at all and voice this with grunts and flinging feces everywhere. Regardless of what you think or HOW WRONG YOU ARE with the ending, Blade Runner 2049 wisely leaves it ambiguous and has no real impact in the story on way or another. It also manages to be a great film.

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