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Directed Viewing Redux: Spielberg, “War Horse,” and the New Earnestness

Of all the Directed Viewing projects I’ve done so far, Spielberg has easily been the most difficult to summarize. Maybe it’s the mainstreamness of his films, or the lack of authorial intent, but by the time I was finished catching … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Steven Spielberg’s Filmography

I feel in some ways like I’ve made a big mistake. As I stated back when I introed the opening to my weeklong dissection of Scorsese, I started these director-based projects as a way to not only fill in a … Continue reading

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