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Voyage of Time (IMAX, Terrence Malick)

A spectacular audio-visual experience lensed through a catholic-agnostic viewpoint with Brad Pitt’s voice over assuming humanity’s deepest yearnings, wonderment, and faithful ignorance. The words, like thoughts, shift from observation to rumination to curiosity, with each subject placed on screen given … Continue reading

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The Tree Of Life (Malick, 2011)

The Tree of Life is a brilliant piece of art that the world is not yet ready for. While its narrative bears striking similarities to other “art-house” films – most notably Tarkovsky’s Mirror, which meditates on humankind and man’s relation … Continue reading

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Se7en (Fincher, 1995)

David Fincher’s Se7en (1995) depicts the actions of a typically atypical serial-killer: the arrogant, self-glorified, and ultra-cerebral type. Since the film fits the crime-drama genre, wherein a a cat-and-mouse type scenario ensues, it is only interesting if the criminal, in … Continue reading

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