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Adaptation

I really liked the opening monologue delivered by Nicolas Cage- what a way to hook you in. The next scene prompted me to wonder- who or which movie was the first to use a time lapse of the Earth from billions of years ago to the modern day, in their movie? 334 more words

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'Her' (2013) - Review

Spike Jonze’s first feature film since 2009’s Where the Wild Things Are is every bit as humanist, as gut-wrenchingly tender, and more. As Joaquin Phoenix’s Theodore Twombly – a faux-love letter writer – struggles to cope with his own troubles of romance and L.A. 442 more words

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Indie Intros: Spike Jonze's How They Get There

Ever see a single shoe on the side of road and wonder, “Who leaves a shoe? I mean, just one shoe? If you’re going to go gutter-stomping shoeless, why not just commit and rock both those knee-highs for everyone to see?” Well, Spike Jonze attempts to answer this in his short film “How They Get There.” 365 more words

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Film Review : Ex Machina (2015)

Audacious, powerfully acted, and thematically rich, Ex Machina is easily one of the best films of the year. Simultaneously eerie and funny, entertaining and esoteric, and featuring what is sure to be one of the year’s great villainous performances from Oscar Issac, Ex Machina is a film destined to linger in the cultural imagination. 785 more words

Film Reviews

Kanye West Is Producing Films And May Get a TV Show on VICE

In case you needed more Kanye West, the rapper, designer and husband of Kim Khardashian is getting his own series. And no, not a spin off of the E! 397 more words

Music

Herminator

She said she’d be back… here’s a new take on an early episode of Jay Unplugged for your #tbt – Herminator

Jay Unplugged

Kanye West May Get A TV Series On Vice's New Network

Kanye West finds himself to be a visionary.

Like other visionaries, if he wants to control all streams of communication and be our supreme overlord by 2020, he has to get on the television. 169 more words

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