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Gabriel Ricard

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Captain Canada's Movie Rodeo
Gabriel Ricard

FILM<br>Captain Canada's Movie Rodeo<br>Gabriel Ricard

I’m so selfish, I sometimes use other people’s birthdays to measure certain spans of time in my own life. In terms of Drunk Monkeys, the last four years can disguise themselves as forty quite well. I’m amazed at the time, place, and state of my life in mid-2012, when the endlessly amazing Matthew Guerruckey asked me if I “had anything else I thought Drunk Monkeys would like.” 

I gave them the first issue of this column. And that was it. I’ve written sixty-two editions of Captain Canada’s Movie Rodeo for DM.

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Captain Canada's Movie Rodeo

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Gabriel Ricard ponders the wonder of the theater-going experience, Beetlejuice, and the fate of D.C. Comics on the big screen in the latest edition of Captain Canada's Movie Rodeo

Reviews: Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), Zootopia (2016), 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016), Heaven Can Wait (1978), Pee-Wee's Big Holiday (2016)