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  • Moonrise Kingdom

    Moonrise Kingdom


    I could talk about how this film's structure finally achieves the blissful melancholy that has been at the heart of all of Wes Anderson's films. His eye for framing shots and tracking shots, and how often he finds visual comedy through a perfect edit, or the slight entrance of new material into the frame. It's often noted that Anderson truly make you think more then many other flims.Moonrise Kingdom tells the story of two twelve-year-olds who fall in love, make…

  • Mabel at the Wheel

    Mabel at the Wheel


    Mabel at the Wheel(1914)
    Dickish Toff (Charlie Chaplin) makes life hell for Mabel Normand but can't best her auto racing pluck. its one of few times you see him play a delightful villain even if its a cartoon villain by our senses of word but the movie was made for masses of its time give it some credit. its not quite level of amazing as some of the tramp's movies with Charlie Chaplin. Mabel Normand directing and starring at a…

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  • Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Spider-Man: Homecoming


    The truth is as much as I loved the raimi take on spiderman and the first two flims were great flims but they still did not live up to the spirit of spider-man comics. the intro song is spidery theme which nails home the spider-man theme as classic and charming as its perfect for the perfect comic to movie version of this movie.
    What spider-man HOMECOMING nails is the non-superhero parts of superhero comics as it nails the balance between…

  • A Hard Day's Night

    A Hard Day's Night


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    "A Hard Day's Night" doesn't seem dated now, but it does seem familiar. We're used to all its madcap editing and photography now thanks to television and music videos yet to new viewers it most have looked like something truly alien as they were seeing birth of the music video. Its truly a comedy-drama-musical with very much wit of Marx brothers. The Beatles were not actors, but they really come off as themselves because all they have to be is…