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  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return


    Cinema is not dead, nor is it on the decline. We are in the birth of the digital age. The cinematic boundaries have not been pushed to the farthest they can go and for all we know we could have only scratched the surface of what cinema is capable of. As a medium, film isn’t even 150 years old. To think that cinema is dead is idiotic when such incredible pieces of art as Twin Peaks: The Return are being made. The culmination of Lynch’s work to this point and an 18-hour vision of the future of this art form from America’s surrealist laureate.

  • The Magnificent Ambersons

    The Magnificent Ambersons

    I feel as though, for readers not too familiar with this film nor Welles post-Citizen Kane, when writing a review for The Magnificent Ambersons one must address the history behind this film. Coming off the ambitious project of Welles', Citizen Kane, known today as a film masterpiece but back then as great but controversial for its—obvious then—attacks on William Randolph Hearst, RKO, the studio that produced Kane, let Welles make another film, again giving him full control over the project.…

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  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

    Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone


    This film really wanted to be directed by Steven Spielberg and it sticks out like a sore thumb. It’s kind of unbelievable the directors considered for this project; not just Spielberg but Terry Gilliam, Peter Weir, Wolfgang Peterson, and M. Night Shyamalan to name a few. Yet because they wanted Spielberg but Spielberg wouldn’t make the film they wanted to make (his vision was an animated film where Harry was voiced by Haley Joel Osmund), they got Chris Columbus. With…

  • Lenny



    “‘Fuck you.’ Never understood that insult, because fucking someone is actually really pleasant. If we're trying to be mean, we should say ‘unfuck you!’”

    Many people don’t know the name Lenny Bruce, which is sad because without him we would never have had comedic legends such as George Carlin, Richard Pryor, and Dave Chappelle. The strides Lenny Bruce did were historic, not just in paving the way for comedians like who I mentioned to perform their acts, but also showing…