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Ignoring the Ogre

Donald Trump’s Strangest Bedfellows: Part 23

Ignoring the Ogre

This is Part 23 of a blog series titled “Donald Trump’s Strangest Bedfellows.”
Although each entry in the series has some information and commentary that… 3,482 more words


Metropolis (1927)

An ambitious, audacious & astounding example of science-fiction and one of the most influential & essential works of the silent era of filmmaking, Metropolis is widely recognised as a masterpiece of imagination, creativity & cinematic art today, for its vision of the future & the depicted relation between man & machine was far ahead of its time, and although its groundbreaking technical craftsmanship is still capable of dazzling everyone, its narrative isn’t as compelling. 606 more words

Film Review

Aug-22: A Day of Revolutionaries

August 22nd marks the anniversary of the Haitian Revolution and Nat Turner’s Rebellion, as well as the death of Irish revolutionary leader Michael Collins and the end of the litigation over nuclear activist Karen Silkwood. 591 more words