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Interstellar

Great films, in my opinion, must be treated as if they are incidents taking place out the window of your room. I’ve been an advocate of strict pragmatic motion pictures, although the subject matters can be just based on creativity or the truth – such treatment of the great films pertains, respectively, to all of…

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Gone Girl

A trained monkey who doesn’t get the lethal injection  – Gone Girl, based on the novel of the same name by Gillian Flynn is a David Fincher directed film, in which one of the central characters is in deep, way deep trouble – Nick Dunne, you’re probably the most hated man in America right now.…

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The Two Faces of January

The coffee is cold and the beer is warm as Rydal states. It’s been, I believe, said as a riddle, for one can pick up the definition behind it as the film reaches its conclusion. The characters only travel here downhill, and one of them is purposely involved in a situation that its outcome to…

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The Killing (1956)

What is it about Stanley Kubrick’s third feature film, The Killing? – Is it the suitcase; George’s wife, Sherry; the crime itself or that damn dog in the end? Released in 1956, a heist film, that still stands tall; The Killing is written by Kubrick and Jim Thompson and based on the novel Clean Break…