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A well-read narcissist takes a look at films that many mainstream audiences have never heard of and he tries to analyze them from an educated point of view, discussing their artistic characteristics, despite the films being filled with gratuitous nudity and excessive violence. Written by Anonymous

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The show's opening theme is from the start of "Procession of Nobles" by Rimsky-Korsakov. See more »

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Referenced in Welshy Reviews: The Loved Ones (2011) See more »

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Entry of the Nobles (Mlada)
Performed by Kiev Philharmonic Orchestra & Nikolai Solokov
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Another great TGWTG show with intellect and comedy!
21 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

Similar to another TGWTG working, Renegade Cut, intellectual yet comedic, yet unlike Renegade Cut, this is with comedy more in mind rather than intellect, yet neither are either absent of one or the other. This comedy is even more evident with the original title of "The Art-house Dumphose". Kyle "Ralph OanCitizen" Kallgren writes and performs in this series of comedic reviews in which he reviews art-house, Shakespearian, and just odd films. Cloud Atlas is a rather in-depth look inside the film. I did notice some mentions, like the cannibalism, but not others. He honestly is great to watch if you are well aware of the underground art-house. You really should check out this web series.


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