Monthly Archives: September 2015

Where & when I saw my top 10 favorite films

Self-indulgent birthday post here. Title is self-explanatory. 1.It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) – In my freshman year of high school, my homeroom teacher played this for our class in one of the days before Christmas break. I remember liking it … Continue reading

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The Visit

Guys. Guys. It happened. It finally happened. After all these years, and following a series of creative and commercial failures, M Night Shyamalan has finally returned to the well which his career sprang from and here we have The Visit, … Continue reading

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Mistress America – quick thoughts

Despite receiving a number of accolades and having made some pretty well received films in the past decade, Noah Baumbach has always been rather hit or miss for me, despite making a few films I found enjoyable. That being said, Mistress America caught me … Continue reading

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Shadow of a Doubt

One of the most prolific and celebrated directors in film history, Alfred Hitchcock has a number of beloved films to his name and each has a distinct story and premise, though united through similar narrative structures and expert tension building. … Continue reading

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