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Interstellar Movie Review

Love transcends all. At least that’s what Christopher Nolan wants you to believe.

Interstellar is Christopher Nolan’s attempt at something along the lines of 2001: A Space Odyssey… 440 more words


MMT Quick Review of 'Song One'

I watched a screener of the new romantic drama SONG ONE, which was released in theaters and video-on-demand last Friday – and stars Anne Hathaway and… 829 more words

Mind On Movies

And then I realised why I couldn't - I hadn't learn to love myself yet.

I don’t really transcribe what people, much less what celebrities say. I think Anne Hathaway is goddamn hot, but I’ve always regarded her as an eye candy, not so much as a role model. 167 more words


The Gestalt of Healing: A Film Review of SONG ONE


I first heard the term gestalt back during my university days in my ethnographic film class. Then, my teacher, Dr. Biella described it as an attempt at taking our field subjects at face value, and to collect all information to paint a larger picture of the subjects and their environment. 3,069 more words

Creative Unlicensed

Review: Song One, 2015, dir. Kate Barker Froyland

“At 86 minutes in length, Song One feels long. Occasionally, a warped sense of time and duration can be of benefit to a film – last year’s… 96 more words



Reviewed by: Yahel Johnson

Director: Christopher Nolan
Writer: Christopher and Johnathan Nolan
Starring: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, David Gyasi
Release Date: November 7, 2014

I had such high hopes for this one. 524 more words

Written Critiques

Review: Interstellar (2014)

Director: Christopher Nolan


This review was originally published on Scannain.com

Kubrick, always Kubrick.

Why is it that whenever a new and ripe filmmaking talent comes along, some critics feel a need to make a comparison to the late, singular Stanley? 1,335 more words