Nope Review 2022 (Review)

Nope is the new film from writer/director Jordan Peele, but you probably already knew that. Peele has joined the ranks of such luminary modern auteurs as M. Night Shyamalan and Christopher Nolan who’s mere name alone can sell tickets. This tradition can go down as far as Hitchcock where having a brand with a director’s […]

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Memoria 2021 (Review)

Memoria is the type of film that puts you in its unique wavelength almost immediately. There is a calmness to the film, and a slowness that becomes entrancing. We see it in the first moments, when we are introduced to a still frame of a bedroom. The camera holds on this, until a forboding sound […]

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Persuasion 2022 (Review)

Jane Austen is probably the one 19th century author who has persevered the most in our modern consciousness. It’s easy to see why, as her books remain as delightfully sophisticated, and uniquely contemporary to not just those who paid attention in their English classes. Her worlds often depict stories of class structure, and focus primarily […]

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Bull Durham

Bull Durham is a movie about the love-hate relationship with baseball. Its themes of longing, lonliness, and heartbreak is intermingled with a mature, fowl mouthed sex comedy that finds poetry and beauty in the quick witted ruminations of its characters. Their lives are full of passions both on the field and in the bedroom, making […]

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Spielberg Ranked

With the ending of a very strange year, it has altered my usual publishing of the best films of the year list. Movie theatres have been closed or restricted, which has put a damper on things along with everything else. However, I’ve never outgrown my love of ranking things. I know it’s frivolous, and movie […]

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Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

At its best, Star Trek could be a wonderful balance of science fiction adventure, as well as thought provoking allegories. The most memorable episodes of the franchise’s multiple television series usually conveyed this. They leave you with questions to ponder while also entertaining you. It was never about the battles, or the action, which is […]

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I’ve been thinking a lot about America recently. It’s kinda hard not to, even when you don’t live in the country. Living in Canada, America is our closest neighbour, and I suppose it’s hard to deny the similarities and differences between the two countries. However now the subject of America has taken a more personal […]

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