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The Best Films of 2014

Last year, I had a difficult time deciding what the best film of the year was. This year, I was pleased that it was almost too easy. Actually, it was almost too easy, to the point where I had to … Continue reading

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A Review of Gone Girl

Gone Girl is a film that’s incredibly hard to write about. Not because I’m torn about it’s quality, but because the less I say the more effective the film will be. This is one of the finest thrillers ever. But … Continue reading

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Why Alien 3 is Better than Aliens

One of the big summer tent poles is the official Alien prequel Prometheus. At least, I think it’s meant to be the official prequel. The trailers I’ve seen include many of the iconic imagery from the first film (like the … Continue reading

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A Review of David Fincher’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (for real this time)

I previously wrote a piece on SOPA under the guise of a Dragon Tattoo review. But this one is authentic, now that I have actually seen the film. I’m not sure why Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy has become the world-wide … Continue reading

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A Review of The Game

With David Fincher now the front runner for best director, I think now is as good a time as any to examine his earlier film The Game, a thriller involving rich businessmen who have their lives deliberately thrown into chaos. … Continue reading

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A Review of The Social Network

Mark Zuckerberg is not an arrogant man. At least he is not portrayed that way. He merely wishes that people were not complex. When he talks to people in ways that may sound arrogant, he feels he is stating facts … Continue reading

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A Review of Zodiac

Today’s society still romanticizes serial killers. This may be due to the fact that popular media still portrays them as eccentric geniuses who enjoy toying with a society clearly less sagacious than him (and it is always him, as it … Continue reading

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