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Into the Woods: A Preachy Postmodern Betrayal

Note: By “betrayal” I do not mean that I feel betrayed by the movie. Betrayal is a technical term used to describe a method of storytelling in which the audience is led to believe one thing is the case when, in the third act, it is revealed the storytellers have been misleading them all along. 1,150 more words

Movie Critique

Movie Review: The Tale of Princess Kaguya


Producer: Isao Takahata
Writer: Isao Takahata and others.
Cast (Japanese dub)Aki Asakura (Princess Kaguya), Kengo Kora (Sutemaru), Takeo Chii (Bamboo Cutter), Nobuko Miyamoto (Bamboo Cutter’s Wife), Atsuko Takahata (Lady Sagami) 974 more words

Movie Critique

Thoughts on 'The Theory of Everything'

Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones take to the big screen as Professor Stephen Hawking and his first wife Jane in this awards heavy triumph.

I find myself in quite a good place at the moment as I am making regular trips to the cinema before the big awards ceremonies take place. 1,858 more words

Films

Jupiter Ascending

Future animals, vampire origination, and various “whatever” type attitude through out the whole film made Future Ascending just another typical sci-fi ti throw into the pile of predictable, already been experienced cinematics. 397 more words

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Equilibrium

Have you heard of it?

I never have, until recently.

It’s an early 2000’s film starring Christian Bale, about a dystopian future where the government watches and controls everything, much like the novel 1984. 478 more words

Blogs And Thoughts

Movie Review: The Investigator


Director: Curtis Graham
Writer: Richard A. Romano
Cast:Wade Williams, David M. Sanborn, Kevin White, Logan Alderman, Evan Brady, Dayton Sinkia, Carlos Garriga, Jonathan Cho. 511 more words

Thinking Christianly

Into the Woods Review

Before you start reading this there are a few spoilers in here (not ones that will ruin the whole film though).

This weekend I have has a movie weekend, yesterday I watched The Imitation Game (brilliant film, I wrote a review on it yesterday) and today I went to see Into the Woods. 439 more words