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Which One is Bigger? Really?!!

Two unstable people with access to nuclear bombs is a serious recipe for disaster! One mad man got elected President. The other is the supreme ruler of N. 490 more words

Film History

All That Blue, Film Review Moonlight

Moonlight was the most deserving winner at the Academy Awards this year. The film has been directed by Barry Jenkins and this is his second film only. 177 more words

Happy 71st Birthday John Waters

Today is the 71st birthday of the filmmaker John Waters. I first saw Pink Flamingos on VHS when I was in high school and wanted to see more. 959 more words


What We Do in the Dark!

“We didn’t need dialogue. We had faces!” Norma Desmond

As she descended the well-worn stairs of her aged and decadent mansion steeped in long past memories, Norma Desmond uttered the declaration that forever remains in the memories of those who witnessed her performance in the 1950 classic, … 406 more words

Film History

Opinion Piece: La La Land and the Great Oscars Robbery

Piece by Eddie on 07/04/2017

While it became the “it” thing to do towards the later end of awards season this year to say how… 791 more words


One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975 film)

I would like to begin by mentioning that the 1962 novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey that this film is based on is truly one-of-a-kind.   514 more words


Hacksaw Ridge (2016) - Honest Review

Mel Gibson returns to directorial greatness with this phenomenal war epic, with a perfect combination of hope, violence, and religion.

Many years have passed thing Mel Gibson first took home the Oscar for Best Achievement in Directing, and although his efforts with Apocalypto were at best decent, it is with Hacksaw Ridge that his old talents return. 319 more words