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Movie Review: The Revenant (2015)

Dedicated to David Jones Nature is not a survivor. Nature neither lives nor dies; it is in nature where everything that lives dies, and it is in it that everything that lives fights for survival. Nature is therefore the place of survival, but it is also its witness. For this is no inert space. More…

Movie Review: The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

Martin Scorsese seems to subscribe to the belief that age is just a number. Arguably the only one of the 70’s “Movie Brats” who hasn’t completely lost his touch (Spielberg being debatable), he continues to churn out films at a frequency that would exhaust a filmmaker half his age. That said, while his latter-period work…

Movie Trailer: The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

The first trailer for Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street is online thanks to Paramount Pictures, and may I say it is one of the more interesting trailers I’ve ever seen in a long time. Based on the autobiographical novel of the same name by Jordan Belfort it chronicles Belfort’s excesses during the 80s…

Movie Review: The Great Gatsby (2013)

If Terrence Malick is the master of the unnecessary voiceover, and Ang Lee is the master of the unnecessary split screen, then surely Baz Luhrmann is the unequaled master of the unnecessary — and over-the-top — mix of garish glitz, flash and explosive cinematechnics. His latest, The Great Gatsby, an ambitious tackling of the 1925…

Movie Review: Django Unchained (2012)

Highly influential, passionately inspired, and awfully long-winded, Quentin Tarantino has amassed a filmography that is soaked in self-indulgence. He’s made some great movies regardless, but I find myself now exhausted by his work, even if at times I’m thrilled and engaged. The experience of watching a Tarantino movie tends to be a scattered one, pieces…

Movie Trailer #2: Django Unchained (2012)

The second trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained is here and it is better than the previous trailer released by Columbia Pictures in June. The reason for that is because Leonardo DiCaprio has extended screen time and his role as plantation owner Calvin Candie is great. Same can be said about Samuel L. Jackson in…

Movie Trailer: Django Unchained (2012)

Quentin Tarantino is damn good at revitalizing lost movie genres (“Death Proof,” “Kill Bill”) so it should come as no surprise, with Django Unchained, he’s turned his eyes to the spaghetti western. In it, the titular character Django teams up with a bounty hunter to bring to justice the outlaw Brittle brothers and to exact…

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