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5 Of My All Time Favorite Songs From The Film Rent

5 Of My All Time Favorite Songs From The Film Rent
Many would say that Rent is a staple film in the LGBTQ community and the legacy continues to live on to this day.
February 7, 2019
A musical film that chronicles the life 4 people that are living with HIV/Aids and their group of friends that documents their struggles living with this disease.

Examine “The Great Beyond” With Jim Carrey

Examine
November 30, 2017
Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond is streaming now on Netflix.

Netflix Backs Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” Marks Shift in Landscape of Film

Netflix Backs Scorsese's
March 15, 2017
Streaming sites like Netflix are changing the game for the mainstream film industry.

10 Classic Comedies You’ll Fall in Love With

10 Classic Comedies You'll Fall in Love With
March 2, 2017
A list of ten of the most hilarious comedies from the 60's through 90's that you'll want to binge from start to finish.

Duty v. Inclination and Fatalism v. Optimism: Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai (1954)

Duty v. Inclination and Fatalism v. Optimism: Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai (1954)
July 6, 2015

  Akira Kurosawa's 1954 film, Seven Samurai, is a film in which many of the different dichotomies entrenched within Japanese society are critically and effectively addressed. Through intense character...

Mildred Pierce, She Done Him Wrong, and their Representations of Women in Film

Mildred Pierce, She Done Him Wrong, and their Representations of Women in Film
May 2, 2015

Throughout this history of mankind, our oral, written, and more recently, visual stories, have assisted with the identifying of oneself in correlation with personal development as well as understanding...

8 Films Every Humanitarian Should View

8 Films Every Humanitarian Should View
April 23, 2015

Around the globe film has been instrumental in bringing awareness to certain issues and even bringing about change. Here is a list of films, both recent and past, that every person who cares about issues...

Cultural Fears, Unruly Children, and the Recurring Themes in Horror Films: A Comparison of Child’s Play (1988) and Orphan (2009)

Cultural Fears, Unruly Children, and the Recurring Themes in Horror Films: A Comparison of Child’s Play (1988) and Orphan (2009)
April 16, 2015

  According to the Holy Bible’s story in Genesis, Chapter 4, which depicts the brutal slaying of Abel by his brother Cain, the concept of violence, in particular, murder is as old as creation. The...

George Melies’ Le Voyage Dans La Lune: Innovations in Film Technology, Contributions to Early Science Fiction Film, and a Reading of Dominant Culture

George Melies’ Le Voyage Dans La Lune: Innovations in Film Technology, Contributions to Early Science Fiction Film, and a Reading of Dominant Culture
April 14, 2015

Throughout the duration of civilization many great cultural movements have taken place that have assisted in shaping and molding the world into the ever evolving product that can be seen today. For instance,...

American Hustle: The Contemporary Film Noir?

American Hustle: The Contemporary Film Noir?
April 9, 2015

  While many argue that Film Noir is a mode of film that blossomed in the 40’s and 50’s, then died out, just as the 80’s murdered disco, others may contend that Film Noir is a genre and/...

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