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The Temptations

The movie I chose to write about is the Temptations. It is an all-time favorite of mine. It gives you the inside story and lives of the legendary Motown music group “The Temptations”. 308 more words


#2- The Theory of Everything: The Biopic Effect

If you’ve read my other review on The Theory of Everything, you’ve already seen the true power of my vulgarity. And if you haven’t, you should definitely check it out… when you’re older. 1,052 more words


Stranger than Fiction Discussion

“Truth is stranger than fiction because fiction has to be believable, but truth does not.”

– Mark Twain

I think what Twain means by this is that sometimes the truth is not as black as white as it would appear to be.

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Literary Devices

Analysis: Into the Woods - Why do people not understand musicals?

I rarely pay much attention to those around me in a movie theater.  We all have experienced a myriad of awful behavior from both adults and children, and it’s driven some people to stay home and simply watch movies on Netflix (or pirate them), but I’ve mostly learned to tune them out.  2,953 more words


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 (2014): Analysis of Power

The extremely popular action/drama Hunger Games is yet another depiction of a Dystopian society in which the working class revolts against the ruling elite. A la “V for Vendetta” an old white man is penned as the enemy– serving as the symbol of a patriarchal dominant society being ruled without balance. 939 more words

Social Issues

The Hobbit and the Problem of Disordered Affections: Thematic Analysis of The Battle of the Five Armies

The final installment of the Hobbit films (and of Peter Jackson’s Tolkien-based movies) opened this weekend.  While I concur with the critical voices of the Hobbit trilogy that the story was strung out artificially out of corporate greed and that the violence of these films was excessive, betraying the essence of the Hobbit as a children’s story, I commend Peter Jackson for continuing to portray faithfully Tolkien’s vision of the nature of evil and understanding of the corruptibility of human nature. 866 more words

Movie Analysis

The Gauntlet: The Happening vs Birdemic: Shock and Terror

What do you get when you combine two movies that defined new millennium shit cinema?

The Happening: Shock and Terror

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