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Blackhat

Michael Mann is amongst my favorite film directors, so I’m still trying to grasp why “Blackhat” was such a huge box office bomb. Usually, Mann is able to find just the right mix of commercialism and artistry, to make his work a hit with either the critics, at the ticket line–or both. 391 more words

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EP-iphanies: Bow Wow Wow's "The Last Of The Mohicans" [U.S. 12"]

As you probably know by now, The Analog Kid lives for b-sides and non-album cuts. In this continuing series, I will share some of my favorite EPs and 12″ singles from over the years in their entirety. 441 more words

Rock

Structural

Kevin Morris at Newauthoronline issued a challenge to write a post about our favorite book. He is a great writer with a fascinating story so I encourage you to check him out. 629 more words

Beats of The Mohicans

Dan, Marty, and I were trekking up the hills at San Roque one sunny day. Walking through the rainforest, hiking by streams, wading in muck, machetes in hand hacking away the route ahead of us. 81 more words

Travel

In February of 1826, James Fenimore Cooper Published The Last of The Mohicans

In February, 1826, James Fenimore Cooper published The Last of the Mohicans, a book which would later be the story line for one of the most awesome movies ever. 21 more words

A Lifetime of Film – Ashe’s Top Ten from 1992

A Lifetime of Film covers one specific year of a Cinefessions’ writers existence, from birth to now, and goes over their top ten films from that year. 1,503 more words

Writing

Blackhat REVIEW: "Black sh*t ass hat"

I am so pumped to write this review because I am furious.

Blackhat is directed by Michael Mann, famous for directing acclaimed movies like The Last of the Mohicans, 1,013 more words

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