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Keep Calm & Carry On

Now that he’s done with his The Dark Knight trilogy, Christopher Nolan has been knocking it out of the park with original cinema – Interstellar brought a Kubrick-level odyssey to revitalize the new space race, and with the newly-released Dunkirk, he has brought one of the greatest war epics ever made. 351 more words

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Film/Festivals -Review WEST NORTH WEST #JapanCuts2017

Another gifted review from Tanimaru

It starts with a typical and embarrassing scene at Immigration in Japan. A young Iranian woman clearly has issues that need to be dealt with. 426 more words


The Most Misunderstood Star Wars Movie Is Now on Netflix

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Now you can give Rogue One the second viewing it deserves, in your own home.

It’s always a risky bet, venturing into the Apocrypha-style ancient lore of a made-up world. 667 more words


It Comes at Night, and The Adventures of the American Rabbit dual review

So some bad news and good news first.  The bad news, I got fired from my full-time job.  The good news, I can blog more.  And I wanted to do 2 films, not because of the special occasion, but because one of these films is so damn bleak that I needed something ridiculously cheery to raise my spirits.  1,694 more words


Kong: Skull Island's Biggest Mistake

This was a movie I was interested in when I first saw the trailer for it. I missed out on it when it was in theaters, but it recently became available to rent, so I decided to finally check it out. 941 more words


Sharon Omi On Being An Asian American Actress, Starring In 'Eat With Me,' And What She Hopes To Do Next

The accomplished and dynamic Sharon Omi is one actress that keeps on giving. What began as a career in theater became, over more than two decades, an impressive resume that also includes film and television. 262 more words