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Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe’s Swiss Army Man: The Blunder that Began the Summer

By: Ben Mulick

In concern to retrospective whim, a thought infiltrated my consciousness: a lot of the films of the summer passed me by as I busied myself with work and leisure. 710 more words

Arts & Reviews

Kes (Ken Loach film)

Depressing. Almost throughout. The characters – Billy Caspar, his relatives, his schoolmates, his teachers &c – just seem to quarrel, shout and fight all the time. 31 more words



Sooner or later there comes a point where I’m gonna run out of things to say about a topic without repeating myself and ranting about how other people aren’t contributing enough to keep the discussion going… 220 more words

Ravages Of Time


Folk Politics at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale is a written review and commentary on the latest Italian event directed by Alejandro Aravena, published in… 17 more words

Animation Critique – Tarik

Tarik’s word was fiasco.

Unfortunately, I already knew what his word was, so my evaluation will likely have some bias. The element he used to reflect his word was an object with two layers that moved all across the canvas, while changing shape and bright colors. 136 more words


Black Mirror Season 3, Episode 1 "Nosedive" Review

One word to describe this episode: anticlimactic


  • Directed by Joe Wright
  • Story by Charlie Brooker
  • Teleplay by Rashida Jones & Mike Schur…
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Citizen Kane

Not a bad film, but I can’t see what made people call it the best film of all. It doesn’t matter that there’s hardly any story (a super-rich guy simply goes through his life indulging his whims), and the main character’s psychology is presented quite convincingly (I could even relate to him at moments). 94 more words