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Short film review: The Muse

Muse -noun
  1. (Muse) (In Greek and Roman mythology) each of nine goddesses, the daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, who preside over the arts and sciences.
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"Lilting", a thought-provoking slice of cross-cultural life

Lilting: (adj) pleasant rise and fall of the voice

Like its title, this movie exhibits that spoken language can’t be as good as emotions to connect two different people, who shares grief for the same person they love deeply. 524 more words


Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas (2012)
★★★ / ★★★★

Though just about anyone, from the most experienced critic to a casual moviegoer, can consider it a success or a failure, what cannot be denied is that “Cloud Atlas,” directed by Tom Tykwer, Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski, has vision and it dares to ask us what we should expect from the movies as an art form and as a source of entertainment. 722 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Made in Britain: Paddington (2014)

I toyed with doing this under the whole Parenting banner, because Paddington is, obviously, a “family” film, but in the end I discarded this idea and housed it in Made in Britain simply because it’s just so quintessentially English. 1,233 more words

Jarv's Musings

Watch: James Bond - Spectre Featurette

Director Sam Mendes teases us with some information about the latest Bond movie, and talks about why he decided to stay with the franchise after Skyfall.


Cloud Atlas (2012)

“Deep, Clever and Fascinating Story, Stick With It” 8/10

Cloud Atlas explores the lives of several “souls” over the course of centuries to see how their past lives impact their future lives and how they can be changed and shaped by their circumstances and the current state of the world that they live in.  421 more words