Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Descendants (Payne, 2011)

While The Descendants’ (2011) symbiotic nature — intimately illustrating a family’s post-tragedy togetherness — is rather conventional and predictable, the aesthetic is befitting and makes impressive what would otherwise be quite a bland film. There is a quaint silence that … Continue reading

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I just created a twitter account, so those of you who don’t have wordpress, do have twitter, and want to keep updated with my posts on here — as well as posts from The Beer & Whisky Digest— follow me … Continue reading

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Kaboom (Araki, 2010)

Coming-of-age stories typically illustrate a significant change in a young person’s perception of life. They are strewn with moments of realization as the character’s understanding of life — what they previously assumed about life — is drastically changed, and they … Continue reading

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