My name is Justine. I enjoy writing about movies, TV and podcasts. Sometimes I store what I watch into nonexistent, inconsistent category files.


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Jul 28, 2014
@ 7:55 pm
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I just decided to watch the Fifty Shades of Grey trailer to see what all the hoopla was about and you know what, listen everyone…if you want to watch a movie involving love, S&M and a character named Grey just watch Secretary.


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Jul 25, 2014
@ 9:27 pm
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Should I live tweet Cocktail?

Can’t remember if this will work, I recall the British guy drinking himself to death? That could get a little grim. But the silver lining is that eventually Tom Cruise will throw a check in an old man’s face.

Sure let’s give it a try. @justine_anna


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Jul 25, 2014
@ 7:22 pm
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Beer + Masters of Sex seems like a perfectly good way to spend my Friday night.

Beer + Masters of Sex seems like a perfectly good way to spend my Friday night.


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Jul 22, 2014
@ 10:13 pm
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Tips for engaging 25-34 year olds with Facebook ads:
#1 If possible include a guy with a beard and glasses 
Statistics show that the 25-34 age group identify with and trust a guy more if he has facial hair and poor vision…and it’s true. The only reason I still have an iphone 4 is because Josh, the guy at my local AT&T store, shaved his beard and got contacts. However, it works out because if there’s one thing I hate more than buying shit from beardless men it’s conforming.

#2 Have that guy with a beard and glasses hold a smartphone
Because technology.
#3 If you must get business wear involved, roll up the sleeves
You know who wears sleeves rolled down? Our cubicle neighbor who watches Two And A Half Men. Rolled down sleeves are for chumps and everyone knows it.
#4 Include a familiar phrase, so we know you’re chill
"Super chill" or "keepin’ it real" will do, but to really connect specifically reference an obscure TV show that, in our opinion, was cancelled far too soon.
In conclusion, I did just get approved for my super chill loan.

Tips for engaging 25-34 year olds with Facebook ads:

#1 If possible include a guy with a beard and glasses 

Statistics show that the 25-34 age group identify with and trust a guy more if he has facial hair and poor vision…and it’s true. The only reason I still have an iphone 4 is because Josh, the guy at my local AT&T store, shaved his beard and got contacts. However, it works out because if there’s one thing I hate more than buying shit from beardless men it’s conforming.

#2 Have that guy with a beard and glasses hold a smartphone

Because technology.

#3 If you must get business wear involved, roll up the sleeves

You know who wears sleeves rolled down? Our cubicle neighbor who watches Two And A Half Men. Rolled down sleeves are for chumps and everyone knows it.

#4 Include a familiar phrase, so we know you’re chill

"Super chill" or "keepin’ it real" will do, but to really connect specifically reference an obscure TV show that, in our opinion, was cancelled far too soon.

In conclusion, I did just get approved for my super chill loan.


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Jul 20, 2014
@ 1:54 pm
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Listen, I am not ashamed to admit that Rupert Giles might be my man of choice on Buffy.

(I too was surprised these classy, glamour shots of Anthony Stewart Head as Giles existed.)


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Jul 19, 2014
@ 11:16 pm
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C.H.U.D. by John Heard.

C.H.U.D. by John Heard.


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Jul 19, 2014
@ 11:12 pm
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C.H.U.D. The fragrance by John Heard. @jess_c_austin


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Jul 19, 2014
@ 11:03 pm
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Why is @jess_c_austin on the floor? Zach needs the whole couch for C.H.U.D.


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Jul 19, 2014
@ 10:50 pm
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Live Tweeting C.H.U.D.

Bad movie night

@justine_anna

Follow me anyone reading. This movie is pretty terrible so far.


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Jul 19, 2014
@ 12:16 am
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Drinking Buddies

File Under: Just enough mumblecore action, Also see: Jake Johnson you charming man you

A lot of people told me they didn’t like this movie but I really enjoyed it, I thought it was a nice slice of life. It also left me impressed with Olivia Wilde for the first time ever.