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Jul
31st
2018

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

Oct
2nd
2015

Review: A Clockwork Orange (1971) · 8:39pm Oct 2nd, 2015

Wow this was on Instant Watch, so yeah, what a time to be alive!

Anyways, I took shameless of advantage of my Netflix account and rewatched it for the first time in, like, 3 years, and it's still awesome.

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Nov
12th
2019

Doctor Sleep Quick Review, and The Overlook Official Soundtrack · 11:55pm Nov 12th, 2019

I saw the movie, I also have Kubrick's classic The Shining, and the original novels The Shining and Doctor Sleep by Stephen King...

This movie while actually being a sequel to Kubrick's version of the story still has a very Stephen King-like story pace and structure. And I can appreciate the fact that the movie must have been made by someone that is a fan of both Kubrick's Movies and King's literature.

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Oct
3rd
2015

Review: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) · 1:16am Oct 3rd, 2015

Possibly the greatest science fiction film ever made, Stanley Kubrick's 1968 opus manages to take the audience on an intense, enrapturing 160 journey from The Dawn of Man to Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite, standing apart from every other entry in the genre to not only be a genre milestone, but a milestone in film itself.

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Aug
23rd
2015

Review: Eyes Wide Shut (1999) · 1:13am Aug 23rd, 2015

Eyes Wide Shut was Stanley Kubrick's final film, and in many ways, his most complex and disturbing, being a disturbingly voyeuristic psychological study of infidelity and human sexuality and marriage.

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Feb
4th
2016

Review: Full Metal Jacket (1987) · 12:09am Feb 4th, 2016

It is often said that making a truly anti-war film is impossible. That in showing the act of war, we glamorize it.

Well, apparently Stanley Kubrick didn't get that memo, because Full Metal Jacket shows just how horribly unglamorous and inglorious warfare can be, all while filtered through an almost sarcastic, deeply impersonal filter.

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Jul
13th
2015

Review: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) · 5:43am Jul 13th, 2015

Stanley Kubrick's masterful black comedy satire of the Cold War and the fear of nuclear apocalypse remains just as hilarious and witty as it was more then 50 years ago, remaining one of the best satires ever made.

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