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Daily Archives: July 3, 2017

War movies are some of the best movies made, and may inspire those of use who have never fought, and likely never will, by the examples of those who set their bodies between us and war’s desolation. Many excellent portrayals of that desolation exist, but many others are unrealistic or downright odd, and sometimes they are both at once. War… Read more »

03 July 2017 | Features, Film Lists

Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron has made quite a mark on American cinema. From the classic family movie A Little Princess, to the sleek darkness of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, to the brilliant dystopian vision of Children of Men, and, finally, to the gee-whiz technological inventiveness of Gravity, Cuaron is a master craftsman with charisma and style to… Read more »

03 July 2017 | Features, Film Lists

A good denomination when analysing any amount time when focusing on film history is about 20 years, a lot can happen in 20 years in regards to film history. Between 1900-1920 the first feature films were made, parallel editing and cross cutting became more prevalent, experimental use of basic special effects were pioneered. Between 1921-1940 talkies were introduced, marxist cinema… Read more »

03 July 2017 | Features, Film Lists