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American Film Covering Essay

In this essay I will be discussing and comparing two Hollywood films: Casablanca (Micheal Curtiz, 1942) which is a classical Hollywood film with the key focus on narrative logic, cinematic time and cinematic space and Bladerunner (Ridley Scott, 1982) which is a New Hollywood film which is inspired by European Art House cinema with morally ambiguous protagonists, there is a normally an incidental narrative which is non-linear. 1,692 more words

Bladerunner

The Cinematic Experience . .

A short while ago, I had two entirely different cinematic experiences.; first watching the new Bladerunner film at a multiplex and secondly watching ‘Loving Vincent’ at Home, an arts complex in Manchester. 310 more words

Life

Agent G: Infiltrator, Agent G: Saboteur

Here is the newest set of books I read by C.T. Phipps.  In book one, we find agent G sitting in a Mercedes Benz S-Klasse scoping out his next assassination assignment by his employer ‘International Refugee Society’. 308 more words

Reviews

Anon (Netflix)

Let me just start by saying… I would buy this movie. This has the total cyberpunk/Sci-fi/BladeRunner “feel” to it. It has “speculated reality,” as in this is stuff we will probably see in upcoming technology. 152 more words

Netflix

The Plainviews - 'Bladerunner' video stream

Made up of members of Idles and The St. Pierre Snake Invasion, The Plainviews are an in-your-face rock band with ‘songs about nothing’. With one line repeated over and over again – ‘Go and get the gun’ – ‘Bladerunner’ is 2 and a half minutes of unadulterated heavy monster riffs that will make you feel like you’re in a sweaty rock club. 22 more words

New Music

“You will be required to do wrong no matter where you go. It is the basic condition of life, to be required to violate your own identity. 701 more words

Let’s All Drop What We’re Doing While Kyle B. Stiff Gives His Opinion About Blade Runner 2049 As Far As It Pertains to Using the Bathroom

By Kyle B. Stiff

Blade Runner 2049 was an amazing movie, but I don’t understand why Hollywood producers don’t understand why it didn’t make a lot in the box office. 344 more words