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Do Philippine Presidents Dream of Electric Sheep?

It’s a reason to get up in the morning. It’s a reason to lose weight, to fit in the red dress. It’s a reason to smile. 35 more words


Favorite Thespians #7 - Jared Leto

As always Favorite Thespians contains three separate sections: one section on the first film I saw the thespian in (“On My Radar”), another section on 5 films you need to see to know the thespian (now retitled as “Watchlist”), and a section on my favorite performance from him/her. 341 more words

Jared Leto

Movies with the Ultimate Soundtrack

Although great films and great soundtracks may go perfectly together, in practice that is not always the case. In fact, according to American actor and… 411 more words

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Plain, Simple Tom reviews . . . "Requiem for a Dream" (2000)

I’m a bit late to the party I know, but I finally decided to watch Darren Aronofsky’s unique movie about four New Yorkers descending into their own personal addiction hells. 340 more words


[REVIEW] Perfect Blue パーフェクトブルー

Mima Kirigoe’s agency has a dilemma. Her idol group, Cham, is struggling to make sales despite having a small but loyal fan-base. Their manager has his sights set on the acting world and offers Mima a choice: to stay singing, or become an actress. 1,286 more words


Requiem for a Dream: An Insight into Montage and Meaning

Requiem for a Dream (Flynn&Aronofsky, 2000) explores the theme of addiction in a very powerful way. What particularly stands out in the movie is the way  this theme is conveyed through montage. 405 more words

Reading Round Up

I haven’t been reading all that much recently, what with exams and all that, but I thought I’d do a little round up of everything I have actually managed to read recently. 674 more words