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  • Silence



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    Martin Scorsese spent the better part of the last three years making his new film "Silence", but that's only a fragment of the time that he has actually spent on this story. This is a film that he has had in development for more than 25 years. A passion project of his, "Silence" plays like a traditional period piece, but with a deeply rooted, yet modest stamp of Scorsese's master aesthetic. His long journey…

  • Hidden Figures

    Hidden Figures


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    American History has been a debate for the better part of the century as far as what was taught and how it was taught. Many aspect of American history are either glossed over or left out entirely. Hidden Figures tell the story of an important part of American history that falls in the latter. The compelling and wonderful story of three African American women, not only struggling with segregation, racism, and oppression in the…

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  • Interstellar



    In his most ambitious film to date, Christopher Nolan creates a flawed, yet beautiful piece of cinema. "Interstellar" transcends our collective imaginations with unique ideas, outrageous concepts, and undeniably prestine visuals. This is not a film for everyone. In fact, this film is almost something that should be read as a story. However vivid in spirit and haunting it may seem, at its core, if nothing else, pure heart.

    Nolan creates a "semi-futuristic" setting that seems believable for the most…

  • Birdman



    A masterful piece of art cinema, Birdman is an attack on the senses in all the best ways. This isn't your run of the mill pretentious mess of exaggerated visual art disguise as Oscar bate. No, this is a rich, dense, and pop culture filled film with great performances, great set design, and outstanding directing. Its not a perfect film. How could it be? Its so ambitious that there was literally no way to make it flawless. However, its so…