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A somewhat unorganized analysis of "Enemy"

Enemy (2013), adapted from the book The Double by José Saramago, is a movie directed by Denis Villeneuve, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Mélanie Laurent and Sarah Gadon. 1,604 more words


Jack Lemmon: The Front Page (1974)

The Film and Performance:
Film remakes are often a risky endeavor, especially if the original material is beloved and respected. The Front Page originated as a comedy play in 1928 and was particularly admired for its street-smart dialogue and satirizing of the press. 1,290 more words


Mowgli and Henry V

This afternoon we went to see The Jungle Book in the new AMC in Vernon Hills. The Dolby Vision 3D theatre is one of only three… 1,497 more words

Jack Lemmon: My Fellow Americans (1996)

The Film and Performance:
A “guilty pleasure” is typically associated with a film or television show that one knows to be poorly made yet somehow the viewer still finds entertainment in watching it. 1,342 more words


When Movie Audiences Miss the Point

I should have known. When a lady down in the front of my full theater pulled out her cell phone during the pre-show warning to turn off your cell phone in order to scroll through an email full of pictures with her husband, zooming in on each one and discussing it, and continued doing this into… 2,634 more words


Movie Analysis: Easy Rider (1969)

The film Easy Rider was released in 1969 and directed by  Dennis Hopper, and was the first movie of its kind to break all rules relating to the social norms towards recreational drugs at the time. 713 more words

10 Cloverfield Lane Anaylisis : A Very Calculated Movie

by @Picture_Play

Warning : mengandung spoilers, dianjurkan menonton filmnya terlebih dulu.

“Film ini seperti sekumpulan plot device yang mengarahkan perspektif dan membentuk persepsi penonton, kemudian menghancurkannya dan membangunnya kembali.

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