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Lucky Number Slevin review

Posted : 7 years, 1 month ago on 17 June 2011 01:38 (A review of Lucky Number Slevin)

One of the best movies of all time. No one's life is complete without having seen this masterpiece.

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The Great Escape (1963) review

Posted : 7 years, 3 months ago on 11 April 2011 04:01 (A review of The Great Escape (1963))

You'll laugh, you'll cry, this movie will stick with you. What more can be said about a classic movie?
The Great Escape is funny and serious in good proportion. It has definitely aged well, being just as interesting, entertaining and relevant to modern audiences as it was the year it was released. I firmly believe that everyone should see this movie. Everyone.

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Death Note review

Posted : 7 years, 3 months ago on 11 April 2011 03:55 (A review of Death Note)

Death Note is universally appealing. It has some kind of magic that digs in and holds fast to the heart of anyone watching. It is obviously well-written; the plot is solid, the suspense sublime, and the characters? Best Characters in Any Work of Fiction Anywhere Ever.
But even all these elements combined don't account for Death Note's magnitude of charm. Its whole is greater than the sum of its parts, great as that sum already was.
For a friend who just couldn't get into anime, I recommended Death Note. It's impossible not to get sucked in by the masterful writing, airtight characterization, and that indefinable something extra: that magic spell Death Note casts on its viewers.

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The Hazards of Love review

Posted : 7 years, 3 months ago on 9 April 2011 06:05 (A review of The Hazards of Love)

The Decemberists have always been able to tell a good story. The story in The Hazards of Love, is, in my opinion, worthy of a movie or stage adaptation. It's interesting, gripping, at places terrifying, yet simple and rooted in the oldest traditions of story-telling. Without giving too much away, I'd like to mention that the song "The Hazards of Love 3 (Revenge!)" is the most genius use of dissonance to create a mood of haunting terror that I have ever encountered outside an actual horror movie.

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