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Cinema-Maniac: Nightcrawler (2014)

Several films typically portray news media in a unfavorable manner. Easily due to the shifts most people witness growing up possibly realizing the true intentions of such mainstream journalism, and the inner workings of news media. 1,359 more words

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Revisited: The Fugitive [1993]

25 years on and it still holds up as a suspense thriller.

A movie based on a TV series, The Fugitive movie followed a double narrative of Doctor Richard Kimble (Harrison Ford), the titular fugitive on the run trying to find the one-armed man who killed his wife, a crime for which he was convicted, and the US Marshall Samuel Gerard (Tommy Lee Jones) who is single minded in his pursuit of the criminal on the run. 722 more words

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Movie Review: Roman J. Israel, Esq. (Spoilers!)

Over the years, the film industry, whether it be Hollywood or International Cinema, has changed and has become more progressive, even though it took some time for it do so. 1,340 more words

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Red Sparrow by James Newton Howard

Director Francis Lawrence and composer James Newton Howard have so far worked together on six movies. In 2007, James Newton Howard had scored I Am Legend starring Will Smith – a film in which most of the very good score written by Mr. 1,357 more words


Red Sparrow - Film Score Review

Red Sparrow, a rather inventive thriller about international espionage between Russia and America, inserts itself into the vein of Cold War-esque films of the past, despite being set in 2018. 543 more words


"Red Sparrow"

“Red Sparrow”
Directed by Francis Lawrence

I want you to close your eyes and go way back in to the furthest recesses of your mind, to a time when a young, phenomenal actor was magnetic in a film about the meth trade in the rural Ozark mountains. 1,147 more words

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My thoughts on: Red Sparrow (2018)

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