Movie Review

Cromwell Movie Review
Cromwell is a superb theatrical work which appropriately aims to reflect a transcendental moment in English history. The production quality, from wardrobe to set design, stupendously reminds the audience of a bygone era of overwhelming artistry in cinema. And rightly so, the efforts in staging the story of the England’s Civil War cannot help but
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‘Juice’ Movie Review
The world where opportunity and dreams are non-existent creates a pressure cooker from the natural vitality of the human being to promote themselves in society. Juice tragically realizes the reality of a society which lacks the promotion of the general welfare. That is, in early 1990’s New York, there is no vision for adolescent teenaged
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‘The Road to Perdition’ Movie Review
The Road to Perdition is the examination of the unfortunate circumstances of determining a fate which is short-sighted. It is to make aims at prosperity with short-cuts in mind. And, typical of organized crime, it is accepted that such a fate is a certainty. Perhaps this is why this film is so refreshing – the
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‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Movie Review
Nostalgia permits one to reflect on present tribulations with a halcyon past. It may, in the instance of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, invoke a joy of an ostensibly simpler era of Walkman cassette tapes and the thrill of $10 large pepperoni pizzas. But from a more cinematic perspective, nostalgia harkens us to remember when commercial
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‘The English Game’ Movie Review on Netflix
In a superb remedy to class conscious strife which has been ever present in contemporary Western culture since the 2008 financial crisis, The English Game warrants the possibility of righteous nobility principally because of the righteous potency available within every individual, regardless of how well fed they are. The short mini-series (or teleplay as the
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Knight of Cups Movie Review
Mr. Malick has done it again. What I mean is that he has shifted his director’s eye toward another element of the human condition. Where before he might have been contemplating man’s role in the cosmos, here, he is much more down to Earth, pensively tasking to reveal the character of human freedom. Yet, Mr.
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