Greig Fraser

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Feb 28 2024

Dune Part Two

As David Lean once set audiences agog with the widescreen vistas of Lawrence of Arabia and the adventures of T.E. Lawrence in the desert, Denis Villeneuve takes the mantle with the second portion of his big-screen adaptation of Frank Herbert’s Dune. This continuation, Dune Part Two, picks up right where Dune Part One left us, and […]
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DC Movie Critics, DC Movie Reviews, DC Film Critics, Eddie Pasa, Movie Critics, Film Critics, Movie Review, Film Review, The Creator, 20th Century Fox

Sep 28 2023

The Creator : Movie Review

The advances made in artificial intelligence (AI) in our present have generated probably as many questions for its use as it has created workable solutions. As of this writing, the Writer’s Guild Strike of 2023 is coming to an end, with the SAG-AFTRA strike hopefully ending soon as well – strikes motivated by the encroaching […]
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Dec 13 2016

Rogue One

(Please note: this is as spoiler-free as I can make it, going so far as to not even mention new characters’ names, with action examples being nonspecific and kinda vague. I want you to enjoy this movie as much as I did and remain unspoiled.) As it says in my review of Star Wars: Episode VII […]
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Nov 21 2014

Foxcatcher

A frigid, monochromatic biopic that hopes audiences will perceive dead-eyed gazes and painfully slow-to-materialize dialogue as Oscar-worthy material, “Foxcatcher” tells its story with virtually zero charisma. Indeed, the film boasts dramatic transformations for Steve Carrell and Channing Tatum, but it’s tough to tell whether accolades should be given to the actors or the prosthetics department. […]
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