Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Scorsese Project 1: Context, and Watching ‘Important’ Films

Like most prolific directors, Scorsese is a name that for a fledgling cinephile and bring about as much trepidation as it does interest.  His filmography is lengthy, filled with ‘important’ movies such as Taxi Driver and Raging Bull, movies that are well … Continue reading

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On Netflix and Movie Projects

I think one of the most interesting things about the modern era is how our endless choices so often result in people choosing apathy, or being oppressed by options into indecision. Never is this more apparent than in people’s netflix … Continue reading

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“Santa Sangre”

Alejandro Jodorowsky. To know that name is to have an opinion of his work. Jodorowsky is one of the most divisive directors I’ve ever seen, creating works that some see as brilliant works of art and others hate as indulgent trash. I … Continue reading

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