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Marvel Monday: Week 17: Thor Ragnarok.

Welcome to week seventeen of Marvel Mondays, the weekly series in which we will take a look at every Marvel Film every week up until the release of Avengers: Infinity War. 1,494 more words

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Chocolat: Healing the Past and Making Life Sweeter

A perfect example of Taurus on film can be found in Chocolat, a light-hearted fable that makes your mouth water just watching it. Like all good films, it’s about many things: religious belief v atheism, feminism, inclusion, temptation, and what it means to live a good life. 1,840 more words

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tribeca film festival review: jason reitman's "tully"

In Tully, Jason Reitman’s third collaboration with screenwriter Diablo Cody after Juno (2007) and Young Adult (2011), the pregnant Marlo (Charlize Theron) responds to all mentions of her soon-to-be-born child with a forced, dead-eyed smile, as if on autopilot. 742 more words

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interview: barbet schroeder

For the final installment of his so-called “trilogy of evil,” which began in 1974 with General Idi Amin Dada, Barbet Schroeder profiles Buddhist monk Ashin Wirathu—one of the calmly speaking, saffron-robed leaders of the ongoing genocide against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. 2,532 more words

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kiyoshi kurosawa's "to the ends of the earth"

This was published in Film Comment as part of its News to Me digest for the week of April 16, 2018

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5 TV Shows I Recommend for a Bad Day

Hello all! So for a lot of this year I’ve had a fair amount of “bad days” and I’ve been watching a lot of TV lately, and I thought that I would share some TV shows that I recommend for watching when you have a bad day. 188 more words

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Friday Film Club #14 - MCU Catch-up, Part 25: Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

After Sony’s two attempts at kicking off Spider-Man franchises, I have to say I was a little nervous about the MCU/Sony tie-up for Homecoming, and honestly, I think I was right to be.  679 more words

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