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Sep
20th
2019

Cinema Verite · 7:28pm Sep 20th, 2019

I don't exactly have a lot of followers so it seems a bit silly of me to boost someone who has more, but... go read Cinema Verite. It's really good, it stands alone, and I enjoyed the heck out of it.

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Sep
30th
2019

Favorite moments of cinema: Dumbo · 1:51pm Sep 30th, 2019

Feb
21st
2020

The Cinematic Century Club · 11:17pm February 21st

Crazy to think that we're heading into a period of noteworthy films becoming a century old.

"The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari" (1919) has hit the century mark.
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (1920).
"The Phantom Carriage" (1921).
"Nosferatu" (1922).
"Haxan: Witchcraft Through The Ages" (1922).
"The Hunchback Of Notre Dame" (1923).
"The Phantom Of The Opera" (1925).

Sep
20th
2019

[Maniacal laughter] · 9:35am Sep 20th, 2019

Just letting you know, you don't have to have read Beautiful Night to appreciate my new story, which should stand on its own. Kind of similar to how Estee did the Triptych continium.

I'm very proud of this one, and I hope you enjoy.

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Jun
7th
2019

Favorite moments of cinema: (500) Days of Summer · 2:20am Jun 7th, 2019

Sep
21st
2018

Favorite moments of cinema: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly · 2:49pm Sep 21st, 2018

The best Western in history is the result of irony, a genre born in Italy that gave the genre founded by Ford, a change of style, narrative and timing in what was called "spaghetti", qualifying that curiously laid the foundations of said evolution through Sergio Leone.

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Jul
26th
2015

Of extremely good covers, cake and apple juice · 10:32am Jul 26th, 2015

Oh, hello again! I'm back to give you a new update. I believe this'll be my sixth blog post on this site? Yay me! anyway, back on track. It hasn't been long since I've woken up (about two hours to be exact) but I already know what I'll be doing next week, well on one of the days anyway. I'll probably be going to the cinema on Wednesday and having a wonder around town with some friends, if I can persuade them to come that is! *fingers crossed*.

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May
3rd
2019

Favorite moments of cinema: The Intro to Wild Tales or: Relatos Salvajes · 2:12am May 3rd, 2019

Oct
18th
2019

Favorite moments of cinema: The future has reached us · 2:26am Oct 18th, 2019

Jan
10th
2020

A Year in (Movie) Review · 5:25am January 10th

Peppered throughout my stories are various references to films and movies, as I'm sure several of you guys noticed (A Dare's Truth has several ponified versions of movies, and Scootaloo and The Cabinet of Seers has a few references as well). I love movies - I go once, sometimes twice, a week to the local theater to see a new movie! It's gotten to the point where the Tuesday staffer recognizes me and knows exactly how I like my popcorn.

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Aug
16th
2019

Favorite moments of cinema: The evil in its purest form · 1:06am Aug 16th, 2019

Jul
2nd
2015

日本映画 & Deutsche Filme · 12:41pm Jul 2nd, 2015

Yes, Ladies and Gentlemen, it's Nos' super-concise foreign film review time! (Spoiler-free, of course.)

Rashomon - Akira Kurosawa - 1950

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Feb
16th
2018

Favorite moments of cinema: Choose life · 3:44am Feb 16th, 2018

Cataloged in all rankings as one of the best films of all time, beyond its cult, the film premiered at the premiere of the prizes and criticism in the screenwriting category despite its transgressive anti-social proposal that challenged good habits.

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Jul
19th
2019

Favorite moments of cinema: The Lion King · 2:32am Jul 19th, 2019

Jul
31st
2018

Favorite moments of cinema: Dr. Strangelove · 3:09pm Jul 31st, 2018

Oct
21st
2015

Further thoughts on mixing science and fiction: Back to the Future · 10:58pm Oct 21st, 2015

Yesterday I wrote about the impressive attention to scientific accuracy in the film The Martian. Today is the day to celebrate the other end of the science-themed cinema spectrum, being Back to the Future Day – 21 October 2015, the date visited by time travellers Marty McFly and Doc Brown in the second instalment of that series.

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Feb
15th
2019

Favorite moments of cinema: When I fell in love of Emma Stone · 2:52am Feb 15th, 2019

Emma Stone's most recent movie, The Favorite, is probably the movie that deserves the most awards this season (alongside Roma), and since I never lose a moment where I can admire this beauty that I've been following since 2012, it's time I share with all of you the movie that made me love her.

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May
9th
2017

Live Action anime movies · 10:10pm May 9th, 2017

I'm aware this becoming a thing more and more, as to why I have no Celestial clue. And so far, all of the live action anime film adaptations have either been terrible or subpar. However, if care is paid to the source material that doesn't have to happen. One series I think would be amusing, if done well, in a live action format is Assassination Classroom.

Thoughts?

Apr
5th
2018

Favorite moments of cinema: Magnolia · 3:15pm Apr 5th, 2018

The birth of a master, Magnolia can be the most complex and clearer film testimony about the so-called structure and characters, which are developed here under 9 subplots that despite having a subtle narrative union between them, keep an evolutionary link within the 3 essential acts of the approach, confrontation and resolution.

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Jan
22nd
2018

Favorite moments of cinema: Heath Ledger · 3:31pm Jan 22nd, 2018

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