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Jul
1st
2015

Review: Looking for Richard (1996) · 12:09am Jul 1st, 2015

Reviewing a documentary is always a little different from reviewing a normal film, as a normal film has elements such as screenwriting and acting, where's, more often then not, a documentary is raw images combined with facts and narration.

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Sep
4th
2015

Review: Insomnia (2002) · 8:54pm Sep 4th, 2015

Made in the wake of Memento, but before his big budget Batman films, Insomnia catches Christopher Nolan right before his true rise to fame, and still experimenting with the tropes and stylings that would later define his work. As such, it feels a bit transitory, and while still a good film, is not quite as strong or as tightly wound as it could have been.

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Sep
21st
2015

Review: The Godfather (1972) · 12:55am Sep 21st, 2015

Coppola’s magnum opus continues to remain one of the definitive films about the Mafia, the American dream, and simply one of the greatest films ever made, outright.

A sprawling, 3 hour meditation and examination of the Corleone family, The Godfather serves as a study of not only the dynamics of mid-1940s Italian mob families, but also a study on such varied topics as manhood, the American Dream, greed, ambition and vengeance.

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