Tag Archives: Cinema

Film Review: Selma | Bridges to Cross

After sitting through the dreck that was American Sniper, I really needed a movie like Selma. Both films are very similar, and being released at the same time makes the comparison of the two films even greater. Both films are about a … Continue reading

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Film: Hair Color in the Works of David Lynch | The Many Faces of Lynch’s Ladies

As I said in my review of David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive, I wouldn’t be able to stop thinking about this movie for a while. I find that to be the case whenever I am reminded about it and other films … Continue reading

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Film Review: Boyhood | An Evolution on Film

  Earlier this year, I sat down to watch Richard Linklater’s Before trilogy and found it to be one of the best series of films I had ever seen. Part of why I love the series so much is that … Continue reading

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Film Review: Casablanca | Watching Casablanca for the Third Time

Casablanca is one of the greatest movies ever made and anyone interested in cinema should watch it. It’s strange to come out and say something so authoritative in a review, but it’s a genuine response to be had with Michael Curtiz’s … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover | Greater than the Plate

In fictional media, the act of eating and dining with others is one of the most commonly used elements that is used to represent something greater. Usually, eating is used to show a form of comfort a character regularly enjoys, … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology | Cinematic Brainwashing

Part of why people turn to movie reviews and essays on films is because the reader trusts that the critic is someone who can expose what lies beneath a movie. Film critics spend years reading film, reading books about film, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Persona | Light vs. Bright

This is a movie about two women staying at a beachside cottage for an indefinite period of time. This is a movie about how the two interact with one another. This is a movie where the characters of these women … Continue reading

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