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…

Cinema: The Cinematic Anger

I was still in my teenage years, perhaps fifteen or sixteen, when my eyes were first introduced to Pulp Fiction; Reservoir Dogs and films like Scarface. Innocent eyes, I should say. Not because parents didn’t care about the MPAA and the definition of the R, PG, G, NC-17 etc, and films to me were always…

Critiquing the Critics of Christopher Nolan

By calling Christopher Nolan a pioneer in his early forties, of course, in the field of film-making might bewilder the minds of some individuals, yet what must be perceived in order to grasp why the film-maker is considered or perhaps I should say, earned the right to be called an innovator is his work of…

The Dark Knight Rises: The Journey Ends Here

Prior to July 18, 2008, I was not an aficionado of the superhero known as the ‘Batman.’ Perhaps, it was because of the amount of non-stylish, which I can also define the term as ‘Cheesy’ and too ‘Sweet’ type of other superhero films, except one film, though; a film that fits genre of superhero, yet…