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Looking through the lens of Google Glass: "Seeds"

As we begin to enter the world of augmented realities and wearable technology, we start see interesting and creative ways of utilizing it. This video “Seeds” was created by alumni Aneesh Chaganty of University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. 246 more words

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Redbox Giveaway 2 | MAD Promotion

Hey folks! 

I’m back with another Redbox giveaway. This time, however, it involves more than just emailing me!

Redbox has created – in the spirit of March Madness – a movie competition bracket.  68 more words

A Good Day to Die Hard | MAD Review

A Good Day to Die Hard

(2013, US, d. John Moore)

Brisk, action-packed and more enjoyable than its predecessor, A Good Day to Die Hard  713 more words

Moonrise Kingdom | MAD Review

Moonrise Kingdom

(2012, US, d. Wes Anderson)

Moonrise Kingdom is Wes Anderson’s most universally relatable film. To the ardent fan, there’s nothing really different in tone, pacing, dialogue, and style between this and the rest of his films, but there is one element that changes it all up: children. 395 more words

Redbox Giveaway | MAD Promotion

Hey Readers!

I’ve just teamed up with the folks at Redbox to give away a few free movie rentals. I have 25 to give away, so the first 25 to email me at aneeshchaganty@gmail.com get the promo codes. 18 more words

Seven Psychopaths | MAD Review

Seven Psychopaths

(2012, UK, d. Martin McDonagh)

Something feels off with Seven Psychopaths and I’m still trying to figure out what.

I can’t blame the man behind the camera. 583 more words

The Sessions | MAD Review

The Sessions

(2012, US, d. Ben Lewin)

Touted as a heavy-weight this awards season is The Sessions, the story of Mark O’Brien, a polio-stricken poet who hires a “sex surrogate” to lose his virginity. 540 more words