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Inherent Vice: A Fantastic Crime Story That is Dazed and Confused

Inherent Vice can be appreciated as a breezy experience or studied as a work of art. The book adaptation lives and breathes on the screen in a way only Paul Thomas Anderson ( 515 more words

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The Book Thief

This book is inspiring because: the way it is written is so beautiful, as are the messages that are weaved in between the words.

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Film review: Far From The Madding Crowd

I could pick holes bigger than a haystack in Thomas Vinterberg’s reboot of Far From the Madding Crowd, but that would be churlish when I enjoyed it so much. 676 more words


Film Review: A Good Marriage (2015)

Director: Peter Askin
Starring: Joan Allen, Anthony LaPaglia, Stephen Lang and Cara Buono
Duration: 97 minutes

As a self proclaimed Stephen King fan, it was difficult to restrain my excitement at being sent the screener for A Good Marriage. 842 more words


Reentering the Game

Originally I wasn’t going to write anything about this topic. First there’s the fact that I don’t write about season premiers. Second, I watched the premier when I thought I was going to wait for almost two and a half months and then watch the season. 361 more words


The Insurgents Go Factionless

It is always hard to be objective when a literary story is adapted for the big screen. Fans long for certain scenes or are unhappy with certain casting and these opinions can skew a movie. 330 more words

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Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014): Review

Of all the films of the year, one of the most talked about and anticipated was Ridley Scott’s Exodus: of Gods and Kings. Loosely following the biblical account of the Hebrew’s exodus from Egypt, this blockbuster boasted breath-taking visuals, a talented all-star cast (Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Ben Kingsley, Aaron Paul, and the list goes on), and a familiar storyline to follow along with. 796 more words