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This is a partial critique of the movie and centers around the character development of Fred Jones.*

Portrayed as an accomplished fisheries expert, Fred has full confidence in his career skills and is comfortable with standing up to his boss. 453 more words

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang gets a full critique rather than a partial critique, but unfortunately, that does not imply a compliment to the movie. The issue is that the movie is integrated but the integration comes at the price of logic.  354 more words

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A stylishly presented movie and very deserving of being called a classic, Lawrence of Arabia is in essence the story of an idealist who cannot seem to grasp the true nature of reality. 439 more words

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Tomorrowland: Sleeper Pick of the Summer (Review)

I think it was about 10 minutes into this movie when I fell in love.  It was right around the time when a young boy, Frank, had just been transported to the magical world that is Tomorrowland.  451 more words

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It's a Pratt, Pratt, Pratt, Pratt World

Maybe it shouldn’t have, but Jurassic World made my weekend and quite possibly my summer. And since I’m still pretty excited about it, the most sophisticated way I can organize my thoughts is to simply list the bad stuff, then the good stuff, so here goes. 2,034 more words

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The Book and Movie Series: How to Train Your Dragon with A Discussion on Dragons

I’m sure most of you have seen the How to Train Your Dragon movies. But how many of you have read the book How to Train Your Dragon by Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, translated from the old Norse by Cressida Cowell? 889 more words


Gone Girl: A Lesson in Atmosphere by David Fincher (Review)

Settling into Gone Girl, David Fincher’s latest thriller, I had a lot of expectations and ideas.  A lot of people had tried to push this film as… 559 more words

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