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Daily Archives: September 27, 2017

Film scores have defined our moviegoing experiences for decades. They have altered, manipulated, distorted, uplifted, haunted and underlined our perception of a particular work of cinematic art countless times. Would the fantasy of Harry Potter grow and get darker and richer, while preserving the childish whimsy and charm without John Williams’s brilliant score for “Prisoner of Azkaban”? Would the moral… Read more »

27 September 2017 | Features, Other Lists

Next year will be the 50th Anniversary of one of the greatest films ever to be put on the silver screen, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Made in 1968, Kubrick’s tour de force is an iconic piece of modern media art, with its immeasurable influence still being felt on contemporary directors and filmmaking ideologies even in the 21st Century…. Read more »

27 September 2017 | Features, Other Lists

Yorgos Lanthimos’ dystopian comedy The Lobster imagines a future where single people are sent to a hotel to find a romantic match and if they don’t find that match within an allotted time, they are transformed into an animal of their choice. While staying at the hotel, these singletons are subjected to various activities, shows, and lectures that emphasize the… Read more »

27 September 2017 | Features, Other Lists