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John Wick - A movie Review

What’s philosophy got to do with action movies?

Part of my decision to write this article is to give me a break from all the politicized posts and write about another passion of mine: Art critique. 2,007 more words


கொல் எனும் சொல்

இங்கே இருக்கும் எத்தனை பேருக்கு வாழ்க்கையில் ஒரு கணமேனும் யாரோ ஒருவரைக் கொல்ல வேண்டும் என்ற எண்ணம் இதுவரை தோன்றாமல் இருப்பது? ஆதிகாலத்தில் இருந்தே மனிதனுடைய நினைவுகளின் அடுக்குகளில் குரூரத்தின் விதைகளும் ஒரு சாராம்சமாக கட்டமைக்கப்பட்டுக் கொண்டே தான் வந்திருக்கின்றன.


Shared Movie Universes: The Modern Serial?

The period of time movies have been around is relatively short, especially compared to their ancestors. No, not the ebook. The original, hardcover book. Books have come in many forms and have been produced in many different formats. 2,878 more words


Introverted Intuition in "The Shining"

Today I re-watched The Shining (1980), and again it became apparent to me how much this movie has a focus on Introverted Intuition (abbreviated as Ni), in the sense that the protagonist is an Ni lead and all the foreshadowing and suspense elements in the movie rely on his foresight and visions. 628 more words


Nostalgic Subversion: Allegory in The Wild One

What initially drew my attention to the film The Wild One? Well, it’s the same thing that

drew in most youth culture of the 1950’s; it was the style and the fashion. 2,279 more words

A Very Dangerous Man: Who Exactly is Howard in 10 Cloverfield Lane?

***Warning: Analysis contains film spoilers

In 10 Cloverfield Lane we are introduced to Howard (John Goodman), a supposed survivalist who has been seemingly preparing for a nuclear, possibly alien attack his entire life. 2,139 more words