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As much as it is a gigantic cliché to say that one has always had a passion for film, Matt Mueller has always had a passion for film. Whether it was bringing in the latest movie reviews for his first grade show-and-tell or writing film reviews for the St. Norbert College Times as a high school student, Matt is way too obsessed with movies for his own good.

When he's not writing about the latest blockbuster or talking much too glowingly about "Piranha 3D," Matt can probably be found watching literally any sport (minus cricket) or working at - get this - a local movie theater. Or watching a movie. Yeah, he's probably watching a movie.



Recent Articles
 
 Movies & TV - February 5, 2016
 Local animator helped bring the Oscar-nominated "Anomalisa" to life
 OnMilwaukee recently caught up with Milwaukee-born animator Owen Klatte to talk about the making of "Anomalisa," the process behind turning puppets into people, stop-motion sex and the movie's Oscar odds against "Inside Out."
 
 Buzz - February 4, 2016
 Make America great again by trumping Donald Trump
 Are you exhausted by Donald Trump's presidential campaign and the media hullabaloo constantly around it? Do you have about ten free seconds of time to waste? Then you might just love TrumpDonald.org.
 
 Dining - February 4, 2016
 Requiem for a brie: Researchers find cheese triggers the brain like hard drugs
 Want to know why you crave those cheese curds? According to a recent study from researchers at the University of Michigan, cheese triggers the same part of the brain as several hard drugs do.
 
 Music - February 4, 2016
 Brewers postgame concerts return with Andy Grammer, Kip Moore
 The Milwaukee Brewers are bringing back their postgame concert series with two performances set for the 2016 season: pop star Andy Grammer and country performer Kip Moore.
 
 Movies & TV - February 2, 2016
 The best and worst movies I saw at the Sundance Film Festival
 By the time I landed in Park City, Utah Friday for the final days of the Sundance Film Festival, most of the party was dying down. However, the important parts - the movies - were very much still in action. Here are the best and worst of what I saw.
 
 Movies & TV - January 29, 2016
 OnMilwaukee goes to Sundance: 10 movies scoring big buzz
 As we speak, my bucket list is in the process of becoming one entry shorter. I am currently on a plane to Utah, about to attend my first ever Sundance Film Festival. And even though this year's festival is reaching its end, the buzz is still high.
 
 Arts & Entertainment - January 29, 2016
 New Skylight opera tells of tabloid drama before TMZ and Twitter
 Before Kanye and Wiz got into a Twitter beef and before TMZ made an industry of grainy club videos and stalking celebs, there was the Duchess Margaret of Argyll, the subject of Skylight Music Theatre's "Powder Her Face."
 
 Music - January 27, 2016
 Porterfield and Alverno Presents explore the secrets to writing a pop song
 Christopher Porterfield and Charles K. Harris may both be musical Milwaukeeans, but that would seem to be one of the rare common threads between the two as they join forces for Alverno Presents' latest concert, investigating how to write a popular song.
 
 Sports - January 26, 2016
 Old, meet new: Brewers unveil new alternate hat and jersey combo
 This afternoon, the Brewers announced a new alternate look for the team: a mash-up of old and new, with the classic ball-and-glove logo and yellow color meeting up with the team's current overall navy blue look.
 
 Movies & TV - January 26, 2016
 Kato Kaelin has thoughts about the new O.J. Simpson TV mini-series
 FX's new Ryan Murphy-produced mini-series "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson" has garnered a lot of buzz, from its dubious inception to its both bizarre yet on-point casting to its now pretty positive early reviews. But ... what does Kato Kaelin think?
 


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