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Interstellar and Arrival: Poetry Put to Film.

Interstellar is a flawed masterpiece whose reach extended its grasp; yet I count Christopher Nolan’s space epic as one of the most inspiring movies I’ve seen. Why? Because it makes me feel more of the sense of the vastness of … Continue reading

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The Box Office Report: Warring Against Emojis

Welcome to The Box Office Report and to August everyone! Normally this is viewed as a bit of a dead period for movies since it’s the end of the American summer and everyone has pretty much spent all of their … Continue reading

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They Don’t Make ‘Em Like They Used To

Introduction: The art of filmmaking is both timeless and ever-changing. This art contains universal and enduring principles as well as wild and enthralling innovations.

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