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  • Mank



    For the most part, Netflix’s ‘Mank’ is quite enjoyable. Stunningly shot by Erik Messerschmidt (in his debut role as cinematographer), with an incredible score from the always-great pairing of Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, lined with top notch performances from an A-list cast, all under the assured direction of David Fincher, ‘Mank’ should be a surefire home run. It’s certainly very polished in its presentation: every shot is perfectly aligned and the lighting is always impeccably accurate to films of…

  • Excalibur



    Personally, there aren’t many films out there that have such a large reputation to live up to as ‘Excalibur.’ Both this film and director John Boorman’s perhaps most well known film, ‘Deliverance,’ are among my father’s all-time favorites, while Boorman’s first film, ‘Point Blank,’ is one of mine. Yet despite the many years of hearing about its greatness, for all the times I heard my father tell me it was one of the few great films of the 1980’s, I…

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  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey


    The Ultimate Trip

    ‘2001: A Space Odyssey.’ Where to begin. How to begin? What words could I possibly come up with that could encapsulate just how much I adore this film? To summarize my love of it would be to summarize my love of cinema, something that just can’t be done in one review. A film many have called the pinnacle of science fiction cinema, a film that has entranced viewers since its release almost 52 years ago, a film…

  • Ad Astra

    Ad Astra


    I’ve been meaning to write a review about this film for awhile now, and just never got around to it. Sci-fi has always been my favorite film genre, ever since I was really young. There’s just so many possibilities within the genre, so many different ideas and themes that can be conveyed and told in many different ways. The possibilities are endless, really. And within that greater genre, there are many smaller sub-genres, where more specific themes and motifs may…