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Susie McBeth is the founder, owner and Editor-in-Chief of Nerd Like You. Susie is a comic book reading, anime loving, Batman obsessed, musician, artist, cosplayer, gamer, occasional supervillain and all round very nerdy girl. When not working on content for NLY and sneakily fitting in the odd zombie kill (on X-box 360), she can be found writing entertainment posts for national news entertainment site The Metro as well as writing guest posts for Bit Rebels and for Bad Haven. Susie is the author of acclaimed blog A Twin Adventure as well as the geektastic Deviant Geek Girl tumblr blog.

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  1. Jay Matts
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    I love all of Wes Anderson’s movies, some strike home more than others I agree but for the most part, his movies are a splendid observation. I think I’ll have to watch Darjeeling again to understand a few more parts & to dig for deeper meaning but the rest of his other movies hit home perfectly. I tear up every time I watch Max Fisher change the record @ the end of Rushmore & also right after Bill Murray finally finds the Jaguar-Shark when he touches the soon-to-be-born baby @ the end of The Life Aquatic & again when Ben Stiller finally forgives his father @ the end of The Royal Tenenbaums, those moments are true & earned as a viewer. And for a director to be able to touch the viewer on, not just one but multiple occasions, I sincerely am grateful Wes Anderson continues to make these movies.

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