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Jul 20 2023

Oppenheimer : Movie Review

Acclaimed director Christopher Nolan has come so far from Following and Memento in every way possible as a filmmaker. He’s handled adaptations, a revered comic book superhero, and his own original material, not to mention having two riveting WWII-era movies under his belt. Most of his films carry the theme of putting ideas into someone […]
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Nov 5 2015

Spectre – Mike’s Review

There are so many things to like about the new Bond film: the gorgeous, flame-spewing Aston Martin DB10, cinematographer Hoyte Van Hoytema’s exquisitely smooth and elaborate single-take tour through the crowds and rooftops of Mexico City (just one of several beautifully rendered locales), and of course, Daniel Craig as 007. Craig became my favorite Bond the instant […]
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Nov 5 2015

Spectre

Let’s get one thing clear here: no matter what I say, it’s Spectre. It’s a James Bond film. You’re going to see this regardless of what follows because, well, it’s James Frickin’ Bond. However, it’s not without issue that I give my recommendation to Spectre. Here’s why. For the last 9 years, we’ve seen James […]
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Nov 4 2014

“Interstellar” – Mike’s review

A lot like his 2010 film “Inception”, Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” deals in multiple layers of time and space. In the not-too-distant future, Earth is close to running out of natural resources; corn is the last remnant of agriculture, and massive dust storms occur on a regular basis. After a gravitational anomaly leads him to a […]
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