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Daily Archives: December 24, 2016

Film is, by and large, escapism. A couple hours out of your day that you can spend in another place and time. Often times we choose to spend our time in worlds more preferable to our own, depending entirely on the taste, aesthetic and mood of the individual. We want to be somewhere else, where we don’t have to worry… Read more »

24 December 2016 | Features, Film Lists

“Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.” – Lawrence Walsh (played by Joe Manetell)   Darkness on the edge of town A neo-noir masterpiece, Chinatown proves that director Roman Polanski, screenwriter Robert Towne, and producer Robert Evans can make a monumental film wherein they beat a genre until it’s a bloody, swollen, purple-bruised, and marred mess, then dump it in a reservoir… Read more »

24 December 2016 | Features, Reviews