First of all, Dune already is a major motion picture, I will not condone disrespect towards David Lynch's 1984 disasterpiece. But BOY OH BOY do I have thoughts. Dune: Part One Directed by: Denis Villeneuve Screenplay by: Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve, and Eric Roth Starring: Timothée Chalamet, Rebbeca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa "Paul Atreides, [...]
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When you have enough money and resources, you can open your own movie theatre and show whatever you want, whenever you want. "Who would do that?" you might ask. Well, that's exactly what Quentin Tarantino did. Tarantino's theater -- New Beverly Cinema -- sits at the intersection of Beverly Blvd. and N. La Brea Ave. [...]
Little Women, what can I really say about this film. It was spectacular and Greta Gerwig's visionary ability is astonishing (no matter what The Academy has to say). Her biggest choice was interweaving timelines and choosing to tell the story in a bit more of a nonlinear fashion and I found it absolutely brilliant. It [...]
The Art of Racing in the Rain By: GARTH STEIN Publish May 13, 2008 by Harper Collins Enzo knows he is different from other dogs: a philosopher with a nearly human soul (and an obsession with opposable thumbs), he has educated himself by watching television extensively, and by listening very closely to the words of [...]
The concept of being a hopeless romantic seems to get lost in high school. I for one, am capable of exuding disgusting amounts of hopeless romanticism. The Dictionary defines a hopeless romantic as “a person who holds sentimental and idealistic views on love, especially in spite of experience, evidence, or exhortations otherwise.” Is it so [...]
It's been over two months since Season 3 of the Netflix original series Stranger Things premiered and after rewatching bits and pieces I discovered what made me truly love this season. I noticed a unique talent the Duffer Brothers have when it comes to character development and interaction. They have a knack for putting characters [...]
Life is riddled with mistakes, trials, joys, and fears. Yet we grow comfortable in suppressing the most humane parts of our lives—the moments when we fall and break down. I believe we would all be more comfortable if we didn’t feel the need to stifle them. I am sharing with the world one of the [...]