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In Light of Director's Past, Fictionalized Rap Scene Spoils "Birth of a Nation"

As an avid movie watcher and reviewer, I never let the personal lives of filmmakers alter the way I critique a film. What an actor or director does when the cameras aren’t rolling has no effect on the quality of the film they’re making. 678 more words


Tickets now available for purchase to Sundance Film Festival

SALT LAKE CITY — Despite being three months away, the public can get a headstart on purchasing tickets to Utah’s world-renowned cinema competition, the Sundance Film Festival. 74 more words


Z To A: Buffalo '66 (1998)

(Z To A is an ongoing series: cumulative reviews of my DVD collection in reverse alphabetical order.)

Plot Synopsis: Welcome to Buffalo- dingy, depressing, cold, grey and hilarious as Billy Brown (Vincent Gallo) gets out of the frying pan (jail) and into the fire (home to his parents).   1,632 more words


10/12/16 - OCTOBER HORROR MOVIE PICK #12 – Under the Shadow.

Time for another incredible film that was just recently released in theaters, albeit very limited. Listen to me… if you have a theater near you that is playing Under the Shadow, see it immediately. 362 more words


A Word...

A word was put on my heart this morning.


King David was a man after God’s own heart.

He was also an adulterer and murderer. … 417 more words


‘We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks’

‘We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks’ is a 2013 American independent documentary film about the organization started by Julian Assange, and people involved in the collection and distribution of secret information and media by whistleblowers. 25 more words

Screening And Discussions

Emmanuel Noisette of Eman's Movie Reviews shares his review of "The Birth of a Nation"

That importance is that a film like this helps American society actually learn about a piece of history that more than likely won’t be taught in our history books in school. 81 more words