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Gravity: A Study in Ignorance

I recently watched the Alfonso Cuarón directed movie, Gravity. Starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, this movie was very hard to watch and left me feeling extremely pissed off at the end of it. 467 more words


Drive-In Thoughts From a Local

Recently, I was able to sit down with a colleague and local moviegoer, Benjamin, who went to the Stardust Drive-In recently in Watertown/Lebanon, TN. He spoke about the venue and the movies he saw that night ( 33 more words


Blog Assignment #5: The Dark Knight Review

What movie has had the single greatest impact on your life? Everyone has a different answer. The subjective nature of the question allows us to appreciate each other’s interpretation of meaningful. 227 more words


The Zero Theorem - 15/04/2014 @ The Cube, Bristol.

   Terry Gillam returns to the dystopia settings in which he has done so well in the past’. In this rather scattershot, messy, but still indeed watchable sci fi, we have Christopher Waltz who is a bored and unsatisfied number cruncher named Qohen (pronounced Cohen, but is often mispronounced by his supervisor) who works in his computer cubicle all day and is having an existential crisis. 587 more words

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Movie Review: Her

Through an unconventional love story bolstered by great performances set in a modest but wonderfully rendered world, Her is a witty and bittersweet film that explores connections in a future that’s not too far from the present. 474 more words

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The Address by Ken Burns

“The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here.”

-President Abraham Lincoln, November 19, 1863… 594 more words