Monthly Archives: February 2015

An enticing exploration of time and space in “Interstellar”

Early in the Fall season of 2014, Batman director Christopher Nolan dazzled fans once again with his adventurous, thought-provoking space saga, Interstellar. Inspired by Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, The near three hour film was hailed for its technical work as well as mesmerizing story that captivated many, making it one of the highest grossing films of the year.  Featuring an all-star

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“The Maze Runner” narrowly escapes the pit of clichΓ© movies

2014 was the year of dystopias. We started the year with Divergent and ended it with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -Part 1. In between, we had The Giver and the subject of this blog post, The Maze Runner.  Directed by Wes Ball, The Mazz Runner presents viewers with a futuristic, mysterious maze where a community of boys reside. The movie

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Life As Told By Film: a picture gallery of your lives as told by your favourite films (First Edition)

Hey Everyone! So, if you haven’t noticed by now, I’m a huge fan of the film industry. I love movies, and I think most people do. In a way, it’s a universal language, one that binds us all together, no matter where we are in the world, or where we come from. So, I want to show people’s lives, as told

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Voldemort, dog ears, and elephant pilots in “Jupiter Ascending”

You read right. This movie had so much weird in it, I can’t bring myself to recall every single detail. But here’s something I can ascertain: this film was a disappointing disaster of epic proportions. Brought to us by the Wachowski siblings, the makers of The Matrix trilogy,  Jupiter Ascending is about an everyday caretaker named Jupiter (Mila Kunis), who is attacked by unknown

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