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Memento & Memento Mori

“Memory can change the shape of a room; it can change the color of a car. And memories can be distorted. They’re just an interpretation, they’re not a record, and they’re irrelevant if you have the facts.”  559 more words


Review: Transcendence


This is the directorial debut of Wally Pfister, who served as Director of Photography on big budget films such as all three Christopher Nolan Batman films, … 525 more words


Memento (2000, Christopher Nolan)


Puzzles are fun. A movie that can sustain a well-rounded story and also give us a somewhat coherent mystery to solve, something that keeps us paying close attention to every detail and requires us to greet every confusing, open-ended development with skepticism and a cocked eye, is sort of a rare treasure. 1,505 more words

AFI 400 Nominees

Transcendence: Pirates of the Uncanny Valley

One would like to believe that some movies are stupid, and some movies are incompetent. Transcendence is both. If you have any friends that could be described as nerds, then you have surely heard them talk endlessly about the “ 822 more words


Transcendence: Review

What better way to spend Good Friday, than to watch a film about a man who allows himself to be murdered, twice, indeed, just so as to prove that he was a good man trying to save the world! 906 more words


There is nothing called forgiveness, people just have short memories!!

From past few weeks I have been busy writing the script and screenplay for a friend who is trying his hand in direction. Though it seems easy to pen down a story with a potential to convert into a fabulous movie but it’s one the hardest things I have attempted so far. 600 more words

Movie Review: Transcendence, No 'Johnny Depp' effect

Transcendence, the name, may be fascinating, but the story is not. Johnny Depp who gives his 100% performance in every role, gave all for this, but somewhere, Transcendence was missing the plot. 188 more words