Movie Review

‘Hero’ Movie Review
What is an ideal worth striving for? To the Chinese nation, it is peace. Peace which promotes the arts of calligraphy and the game of chess. It is this objective of civil administration of society, wherein all people’s focus is on achieving the same common objective: more availability for fulfilling their artful desires in life.
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‘A Most Wanted Man’ (2014) Film Review
How can man gain redemption after a mistake, that was not even his to begin with? This quintessence of misfortune variegates human souls between triumphs and defeats, of those who have tasted the thrill of victory and those who live mired in loss. And yet, does humanity provide the means for such lost patrons of
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Dead Poets Society Movie Review
Carpe Diem. What does it mean to seize the day? Are we all destined for greatness? At the very least, the promise of exceeding one’s potential through sheer will is to be celebrated. It pushes an individual beyond his or her limits of possibility, breaking through the carapace that one is housed in socially, towards
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‘Moneyball’ Movie Review
Malcolm Gladwell proposed in David vs. Goliath the need for an inferior opponent to defy convention in order to survive. The Oakland Athletics baseball organization is a quintessential demonstration of this demand imposed by the natural circumstances of needing to compete with teams with necessarily larger fan bases and therefore larger purses to build wins.
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‘Nomadland’ Movie Review
Nomadland is a film which gleans insight into a segment of American society that is, quite frankly, disheveled. Yet it is not the individuals who can be considered for blame in their dilapidated termination of life, away from a permanent residency out of necessity. For the film very elegantly introduces to us the concept of
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‘Jesus of Nazareth’ Film Review
In a six-hour long teleplay, Jesus of Nazareth attempts to portray the spiritual heights of a remarkably idiosyncratic people on the face of the Earth. The Jews have been percolating, if not amplifying, the radical idea of a supernatural Creator which personally involves Himself in the personal history of every human being since their story
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