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Dear Readers, Thanks For 2016

By  · Published on December 28th, 2016

Dear FSR

Now it’s our turn to ask.

At some point in your life, you’ve likely been faced with a question that has no solid answer. Some people may take such a puzzle to a trusted confidant, a friendly pastor, or the esteemed annals of Yahoo! Answers. But will they have the expertise needed to solve your most pressing film predicaments?

Think of Dear FSR as an impartial arbiter for all your film concerns. Boyfriend texting while you’re trying to show him your most precious Ozu? What’s the best way to confront the guy who snuck that pungent curry into your cramped theater? This is an advice column for film fans, by a film fan.

As we close down the rusty depression factory that has been 2016, it’s best to look forward to the positives of the coming year. Sure, there’ll be hard times and nasty thoughts, but we’ll have each other. This togetherness is something we at Film School Rejects value as highly as anything else we do and for this reason, our final Dear FSR of its inaugural year of 2016 is for you, the readers:

What would you like to see from us in the coming year?

What would make you feel inspired, encouraged, and involved in something greater than yourself? Do you get off on investigative journalism sniffing out industry problems and practices, or are you here for the recommendations and lists?

Maybe you can’t stay away because we’re just too damn pretty. Whatever the case, please respond to this story and tell us what you’re here for and what you hope to see in 2017. Have a happy holiday and a great new year!

From the bottoms of our dusty DVD bin hearts, thank you.

FSR

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We’ll be back answering your questions every Tuesday!

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Jacob Oller writes everywhere (Vanity Fair, The Guardian, Playboy, FSR, Paste, etc.) about everything that matters (film, TV, video games, memes, life).