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  • The Imagineering Story

    The Imagineering Story

    ★★★★

    Chapter 2: What Would Walt Do?

    As the series grows, so do the parks, and so does my fascination with it all. To see what EPCOT was, comparing it to what it is now, and what it is striving to become in the next few years...I bet Walt would be proud that it has expanded and grown as much as it has, perfectly embodying his dreams of “tomorrow.” Can’t wait for more.

  • The Imagineering Story

    The Imagineering Story

    ★★★★

    Chapter 1: The Happiest Place on Earth 

    Definitely an insightful look into the invention of Disney Parks. Seeing the original attraction creators speaking about their experiences was incredible, as was seeing footage of Walt at work. It’s really mind blowing to see how much the parks have grown, and to see their rather shaky beginnings. Looking forward to the rest of this Disney+ original miniseries.

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  • A Star Is Born

    A Star Is Born

    ★★★★½

    The first half of this film is pure movie magic. The second half is a bitter, cold glance of reality. Both parts are effective and touching in their own ways. There is so much to admire in Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut especially with the close ups he uses to frame himself and his other actors. His performance is a nuanced one, and plays beautifully with Lady Gaga’s performance. Gaga is just as incredible as you’d expect. Her voice just shatters…

  • Burning

    Burning

    ★★★★½

    Lee Chang-dong just set the New York Film Fest on fire.

    A tremendous achievement in Korean cinema, providing some of the most naturally beautiful images of the year. A film that slowly burns (like its title) from start to finish, resulting in one blazing finale. Steven Yeun, Yoo Ah-in, and Jun Jong-seo are a magical trio.

    My soul has left my body. Wowza.