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September Blind Spot Review: Insomnia (2002)

“A good cop can’t sleep because he’s missing a piece of the puzzle, and a bad cop can’t sleep because his conscience won’t let him.” 345 more words


Film Feature: Are we missing the 'effects' in special effects?

At the current moment, the film industry is full to the brim with visually impressive CGI, or Computer Generated Imagery. Love it or hate it, CGI has become the dominant medium by which films are produced. 738 more words

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The Dark Knight

CBFC: U/A 2008 ‧ Crime film/Drama film ‧ 2h 32m

Batman has a new foe, the Joker, who is an accomplished criminal hell-bent on decimating Gotham City. 43 more words


Upcoming Cillian Murphy's Movies

It’s been a while since I posted about my favorite actor, Cillian Murphy.

You might think I have forgotten about this super talented handsome Irish actor with amazing blue eyes since I got married…well you’re wrong!!! 541 more words


The Prestige - Review (2006)

About – Two stage magicians take life and death to the extreme, to create the ultimate stage illusion.

Christopher Nolan is one of the world’s most well-known directors for the likes of ‘Inception’ and the ‘Dark Knight Trilogies’ but The Prestige is probably the one that didn’t get realised enough back in 2006 but it is one of the best films Nolan has directed. 838 more words


The Bat Files - Batman Begins (2005)

Batman as a franchise was effectively dead in the years between 1998 and 2004. There were a number of attempts to bring the character back to the big screen and all either languished in development hell or never made it past the earliest of development stages. 1,003 more words


When It Comes To Movie DNA, Do Directors Have It and Has Netflix Mapped It?

I can’t wait to see Christopher Nolan’s next movie, Dunkirk, which is due to reach the theaters in 2017. I’ve seen 8 of Nolan’s 9 feature films and have given those movies an average rating of 87.5 out of 100, my highest average rating for any director with at least 8 movies seen. 738 more words