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A Clockwork Orange: How It Got Me Thinking.

After recently finishing Anthony Burgess’ novella A Clockwork Orange, it left me with a lot of thoughts and feelings about not only our current society but also about myself as a person. 855 more words

Books

'There was me, that is Alex, and my three droogs' - The Sunday Film Review #26

Hello there! So yes, after a week of no review, we return with some movies to watch! FINALLY! The reason for last week’s absence? I just simply got too busy. 1,528 more words

The Shining

You may not know, I love Stanley Kubrick films. 2001: A Space Odyssey. A Clockwork Orange. Dr. Strangelove. Full Metal Jacket. I’m even planning to devote an afternoon to… 234 more words

Slice-of-life

TTYA - A Clockwork Orange (1971)

A Clockwork Orange is one of the funniest black comedies ever made. I consider it to be Stanley Kubrick’s second greatest work, and one that, if you haven’t seen it, I don’t consider you to have enough experience as film fan. 509 more words

Film Review

The Shining: A Stanley Kubrick profile

Cats. In particular how to look after them. If one can sum up Stanley Kubrick, and let’s be honest, so much has been said, it would have to be the fifteen page document he left that contained instructions on how to look after his cats before flying to Ireland to film… 553 more words

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The Brilliance of Nadsat

A Clockwork Orange has its share of controversies (like an ending excised from the movie that changes the entire meaning of the book), but it’s hard to deny the excellence of the writing.  141 more words

A Clockwork Orange Review

Today I’ve decided to pick apart and review the 1971 Stanley Kubrick masterpiece A Clockwork Orange. Based on the dystopian novel by Anthony Burgess, the film depicts recurring disturbing images to comment on society and our many differing views of human nature. 467 more words