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The image of Edward Snowden the NSA would like to promote is that of a reckless, unpatriotic scoundrel whose actions jeopardized national security.
Laura Poitras’ documentary, “Citizenfour,” had cameras rolling on Snowden before the public knew who he was. 348 more words
So I’m applying for a university right now and one of the interview task that we have to do is either a short film or an essay, if not both and one of the universities that I applied for requires “A 200-300 word analysis of the opening or title sequence”. 335 more words
Last weekend I went to see “The Imitation Game” and it’s a terrific film. Benedict Cumberbatch does a terrific job portraying Alan Turing, the often forgotten hero of WWII who cracked the Nazi transmission code thus saving millions of lives and shortening the war by an estimated two years while practically inventing the computer in the process. 2,181 more words
>ON WE GO, with part three of four, of the 4-star and 4 1/2 -star films I saw in 2014:
A PLACE AT THE TABLE… 17,466 more words
Stephen Hawking’s life is worthy of a good biopic. “The Theory of Everything” hits on a couple of nice ideas and a whole lot of predictable, biopic-y ones. 484 more words