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Movie - Interstellar [REVIEW] - Mankind's Next Step Will Be Our Greatest

IMDB Rating: 8,6/10
Genre: Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi
Director: Christopher Nolan
Writer: Jonathan Nolan
Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain

Warning, this review contain spoiler!

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'Westworld' Creators Tease Medieval And Roman Worlds In Season 2 Of HBO Series

On Day 2 of the 2017 Vanity Fair Summit, Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy hinted at the possibility of the introduction of new theme parks in the next season, specifically Roman World and Medieval World, amusement park zones which were included in Michael Crichton’s original 1973 movie. 299 more words

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'Westworld' VFX Supervisor Jay Worth Talks Designing Robotics For HBO's Latest Blockbuster Series

With six Emmy nominations dating back to Lost in 2006, visual effects supervisor Jay Worth is a master of world building who brought those skills to bear on HBO’s  1,984 more words

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'Westworld's Thandie Newton On HBO's Series Strengths, Season 2 & Freedom — Emmys

“Nothing’s ever taken for granted on this show let me tell you,” says Thandie Newton from the Season 2 set of Westworld. Certainly, with a drama topping 22 Emmy nominations this year, the much watched and much discussed HBO series based on Michael Crichton’s 1973 movie has emerged as the premium cabler’s new blockbuster in more ways than one. 957 more words

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Why Person Of Interest Should Be Next On Your Netflix List

As anyone who’s followed my page for a while knows, my classic bread-and-butter content focused on movie reviews (which I still do) and Person of Interest… 29 more words

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DUNKIRK REVISITED

Seeing Dunkirk  a second time made me spot something which had passed me by in the IMAX image-blitz of the first viewing (see previous post). Nolan deals with three time-frames in the film: a week for the infantryman, a day for Mr Dawson and his boat, an hour for the flight of three Spitfires, and they all come together at a key point around three-quarters of the way through the film. 551 more words

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