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Review: World War Z

Director Marc Forster and Brad Pitt’s ‘World War Z’ is that unexpected uppercut, frenetic in nature, right below the chin. It’s a surprise. -  After reading Lauren M. Holson’s five page long intense and informative coverage for Vanity Fair regarding the production and behind the scenes chaos,  “surprise” is the right term. Movies at times…

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Point of View: The Master

I’ve been the student of cinema since age seven; I adore films that are written with characters in realistic manner. To give one an idea; perhaps a much clearer one in a way that whatever it is within that squared frame in a dark room is perceivable as much as it visible and alive through…

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Movie Review: Argo

This review was first published on October 13, 2012 in Cinematic Impact. The very world that we live in, besides its sheer beauty and mysteries, is far more frightening than any other planet or star in the universe in my opinion. This very notion that my mind is occupied with, when it comes to the…

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42: History and Cinema

Since the end of the nineteenth century, baseball has been one of America’s greatest pastimes.  It persevered through two world wars, the Great Depression, countless other economic struggles, and most notably, lengthy and severe domestic social conflicts.  In 1947, the ideals of racial desegregation, equality, and the Civil Rights Movement clashed with American baseball, creating…