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Claustrophobia and Camaraderie in Fury and End of Watch

If I had the time or the inclination, I’d do some research on how much people who struggle with claustrophobia enjoy writer-director David Ayer’s movies. I’m guessing not so much. 1,029 more words


CineStill only has a few days left to fund 120 film

I know this blog only reaches a few of the diehards, but if you haven’t considered putting support behind the CineStill team for bringing a unique 120 film to market, consider doing it now, when they have only 4 days left to fund their campaign. 39 more words


A nostalgic night.

Still one of the best movie songs ever, in my opinion. I have some of the lyrics from this version tattooed on my leg ( 26 more words


The Book of Life: Testimony of a Shared Heritage?

For centuries the United States (and what were once the British colonies/US territories) has been intertwined with the people who live in the area today known as… 811 more words

Third Person

I’m not sure of how many of my readers have heard of or seen this movie. I saw it probably a month ago and before even watch of course I had to google the movie title to see who starrs in it . 205 more words


Black Swan and Perfectionism

It was for the third time that I saw the film -Black Swan today. It doesn’t fail to leave goosebumps on me; at the same time it leaves me with a bundle of questions that remain unanswered. 319 more words


Starred Up

Starred Up is one fine indie film. Jack O’Connell is excellent in it and just one heck of an actor. I’ve seen him in other flicks and I get the sense that he can act in nearly any kind of role. 97 more words