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Whiplash - Movie Review.

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Whiplash on paper sounds god awful. Luckily we found out as a species we could put things on film and congregate around a screen to watch said filmed things. 837 more words



As a precocious young teen I was fond of listening to the irregular time signatures of Dave Brubeck’s Quartet. A friend of mine once told me his parents couldn’t stand to listen Brubeck’s music because it was too hectic. 397 more words

The Awards: Or How I Learned to Stop Caring and Love Films for What They Are

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After extensive issues with the server, our heroes are back on track on bringing those little tickly feelings that make you go all smiley-smiley on the inside! 1,348 more words


How to Keep Your Globes Golden

By now you are aware dear readers that the Golden Globes ceremony in L.A. is the start of awards season and generally seen as a clue to who the winners might be at the Academy Awards later on in March. 842 more words


Heir to his family’s fortune John Du Pont (Steve Carrell) wants to use the ample money he has to create an environment where wrestlers, the stars of the sport he loves so much, can come and train. 520 more words




Directed by: Dan Gilroy

Written by: Dan Gilroy

Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo

Story: Desperate for work Lou Bloom forces his way into the world of filming crime scenes and will do anything to get to the top of his game. 463 more words



Foxcatcher is a meticulously made film incorporating themes of America, fatherhood, greed and ownership. It’s a fire lit by an immaculately detailed, slow burning string that sometimes scolds but mostly gives off an eerie glow. 944 more words