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  • TRON: Legacy

    TRON: Legacy


    In my opinion, there are few films as visually arresting as Tron: Legacy. It’s exactly the kind of film that caters to my specific preferences as a film fan, which explains why I continually find myself drawn back into The Grid. 

    As already noted, Tron: Legacy is beautiful with a capital B. Much of that can be owed to director Joseph Kosinski’s architectural background (apparently he graduated college with a minor in architecture) combined with Claudio Miranda’s pristine visual style.…

  • First Man

    First Man


    For a movie about a topic as grand and infinite as space travel, this is a very intimate film. 

    First Man sets itself apart from other NASA themed films by choosing to focus more on Neil Armstrong as a person rather than the historic Apollo 11 mission, to the film’s benefit in my opinion. There have been many movies, television shows, mini-series and more made about the first moon landing, but none of them ever really looked into the people…

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  • Prisoners



    To think that Denis Villeneuve, Roger Deakins, Jake Gyllenhall, Hugh Jackman, Viola Davis, and Paul Dano were all within thirty minutes of where I live, and I didn’t even know it. (The film was shot in my neighboring town. I’ve actually been to some of the locations). 

    Anyway, this movie is yet again another five star from Denis. That man has never made a movie that’s been less than flawless. And this movie is no exception. The bleakness, mystery, and…

  • The Dark Knight

    The Dark Knight


    A masterpiece through and through. 

    In my opinion, the greatest superhero movies aren’t the ones in which the titular hero saves the day, but rather when they lose everything. This is one of those films. Nothing comes easy to Batman. He loses time and time again in this film, and yet, his drive to make the world better is what keeps him going. I find that to be the pinnacle of what makes a character compelling. 

    This movie is more…