Category Archives: kubrick

Directed Viewing: “Eyes Wide Shut” and Careers Cut Short

If you’ve been following Directed Viewing for a long time, you know how it goes by now. So I feel okay dispensing with the usual opening. If you haven’t, I implore you to start with the beginning of this project … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Balancing the Unbalanced: “Full Metal Jacket”

This is Directed Viewing, the weekly series where I look at the filmography of a given director in chronological order and write about them! Not only is this a great learning exercise for me, but it’s also great at filling … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: “The Shining” Curiosity

Directed Viewing has always been a project about discovering some greater comprehension of a director through their filmography. I’ve always believed that it’s the best way to learn about a director, their movies, and even the time in which they … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: The Humour and Tragedy of “Barry Lyndon”

Directed Viewing is the weekly series where I take a look at the filmography, movie by movie of noteworthy, prolific, or otherwise interesting directors in an attempt to establish a greater understanding of not only their work, but of movies … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Exhaustive Social Commentary of “A Clockwork Orange”

Welcome to Directed Viewing, the weekly series where we take a look at the filmography of any given director film by film, in chronological order. The goal, of course, is to coax out not only a greater understanding of the … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: Beyond the Limits of Humanity in “2001: A Space Odyssey”

I have to admit, I’m really excited that Directed Viewing has reched this point. I chose to turn the eye of this project (which, if you don’t know, weekly looks chronologically at a director’s filmography) to Stanley Kubrick not because … Continue reading

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Directed Viewing: “Dr. Strangelove” or How I Refused to Play into the Obvious Joke

Hello and welcome to the latest installment of Directed Viewing. This weekly series looks at the filmography of a given director, in chronological order, and talks about the merits of each film. Not only are we concerned with the obscure … Continue reading

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