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A sweet little film about the end of film, Kodachrome makes the most of what develops

The demise of film meant a lot of things to a lot of people.

We’re talking about the stuff that you used to put into cameras before the advent of the digital age. 305 more words


The Things We Learn When We’re Dead by Charlie Laidlaw

The Things We Learn When We’re Dead Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ Humor Publication Date: January 26, 2017 Summary: With elements of The Wizard of Oz and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The Th… 17 more words



Two years ago, an artificial intelligence robot called Benjamin wrote a screenplay after absorbing hundreds of others taken from science fiction films and television. Rudimentary, the finished product nonetheless bore basic tenets and tropes of the genre that were instantly recognisable on screen. 701 more words


Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Plot: Although the Avengers have proven to be defenders of mankind, their actions have led to massive damages, intentional or not and of course, there is concern over the chance of a rogue superhero. 628 more words

Godzilla (2014) - Movie Review

It’s been 60 years since Godzilla first appeared on screen, emerging from the ocean to wreak havoc on the city of Tokyo. Since then, we’ve seen the big guy transition from antagonist to hero and back again, with the bulk of his cinematic adventures featuring battles against other gargantuan monsters. 410 more words

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Kodachrome Review

In keeping with Tuesdays with Cory’s film-themed banner, I decided to pick a Netflix original to review this week that has a film-inspired title and premise, and a decent amount of approval on Rotten Tomatoes, albeit… 1,060 more words

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Wind River (2017)

Wind River begins with a young woman running over a long stretch of snow-capped mountains on a breathtaking night sky. “There’s a meadow in my perfect world,” a female voice says. 262 more words

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