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  • Lawrence of Arabia

    Lawrence of Arabia


    One of the all-time greatest Epics in cinematic history, which captures the amazing journey of a tragic hero within the vast majestic setting of the deserts of Arabia.

    I first saw this movie in high school when I rented it on two VHS tapes from Blockbuster. I found the opening scene extremely memorable with Director David Lean starting this tale by showing Lawrence's unfortunate death after crashing his motorcycle. But much of the rest of the story had faded from…

  • Early Man

    Early Man


    The latest stop-motion animation film from Director Nick Park had me smiling the whole time, but failed to deliver a story with a lasting impact.

    Early Man is basically a sports/soccer movie, where a group of cavemen are fighting to reclaim their home after being kicked out by an empire that is all about the Bronze Age.

    This reminded me of those kids sports movies we got so much of in the 90's, and it would be a great way…

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  • Black Panther

    Black Panther


    The Marvel Cinematic Universe takes a bold new step, by presenting a story based solely on the continued story of Black Panther and the nation of Wakanda.

    It is kind of hard for Marvel to give us origin stories at this point, since characters like Black Panther was already established in a previous movie. In Captain America Civil War, we saw T'Challa played by Chadwick Boseman take over King after his father died in a bombing at the UN.


  • A Ghost Story

    A Ghost Story


    A beautiful depiction of love, loss, the passage of time, and acceptance.

    I had heard a lot about A Ghost Story going into it, but I was still amazed at how absorbed I got into this very thought provoking and reflective film.

    It is simply amazing how Casey Affleck was able to emote so much feeling despite being shielded by this sheet with two holes. We see him learn, simply observe, give up, and even get angry.

    Fair warning, this…