Monthly Archives: February 2012

Limitless (Burger, 2011)

While I love the concept of this film, execution of the narrative is done rather poorly. If one has read even the littlest bit of Aldous Huxley’s Doors Of Perception, one would recognize that Limitless’ approach to this concept is … Continue reading

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Hugo (Scorsese, 2011)

There are aspects of Scorsese’s Hugo which I deeply admire: its appreciation of early cinema, its recontextualization and self-reflexivity of technological advancement — commenting, and paying respect to, the emergence of cinema, while simultaneously innovating the medium by legitimately utilizing … Continue reading

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