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Long Live the Welfare Queen? A Critical Analysis of John Berry's Film Claudine

The film that I am analyzing this week is Claudine (1974), starring Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones. The film’s director John Berry, who directed more than 30 films in his lifetime, was not only savvy behind the camera, but also served as a writer, actor and producer on various projects. 2,558 more words

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Hope for the Horror Genre

Hello, on this good Memorial Monday! I hope you had a great weekend. We’ve had a fair amount of rain here in San Antonio the past few days, but personally, I’m enjoying the storm. 805 more words

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I wished for escape....

I really hate to rag too much on animated features simply because there is so much effort put into them from so many people, some of whom I probably know. 302 more words

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Life in space is impossible...

This is the last line before director Alfonso Cuarón throws you into 90 minutes of claustrophobic tension which has no thought of giving you respite. 700 more words

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The World's End is probably the best End of the World film...really.

I love everything Edgar Wright does.  I’d pay to watch him eat breakfast.   From his UK series with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, “Spaced”, to the amazing… 616 more words

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District 10: Elysium

The best part about sci-fi is that socially and politically sensitive subjects can be freely discussed and commented on, and in the process, the issues can be re-framed so we can look it from another point of view.   1,048 more words

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