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Daily Archives: July 22, 2015

The term “Mrs. Robinson” usually refers to romances between older women and much younger boys. It originates from Anne Bancroft’s portrayal of the seductive and lewd older woman in 1967’s “The Graduate”. The women in these relationships share an overall dissatisfaction with not only men their own age, but with their personal lives. Most are unhappy or lethargic before they… Read more »

22 July 2015 | Features, Film Lists

The comedy film is a balancing act between the goofy and the sublime, the funny and the tragic. For a genre so specific and nuanced, it’s odd how little respect comedies get. Dramas, for instance, usually get much more critical attention, and at awards time, few comedies, if any, receive recognition. This is especially true regarding the Academy Awards. Sure,… Read more »

22 July 2015 | Features, Film Lists

Karl Marx was one of the most influential philosopher of all time and consequently his work has influenced a lot of films. The spectator faces Marxist problems such as: proletariat conditions, bourgeoisie dominance, the evolving technology and its connection to society, and revolution. Every problem is only a signal of the advent of the communist era, which consists of final… Read more »

22 July 2015 | Features, Film Lists