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Dode Hoek (Blind Spot)

Over the weekend I went to the movie theatre to see “Dode Hoek” by Nabil Ben Yadir featuring Peter Van den Begin, Soufiane Chilah, and Jan Decleir. Dode Hoek (Blind Spot) is the story of Jan Verbeeck, the uncompromising commissioner … Continue reading

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How E.T. Really Phoned Home

The communication device E.T built to phone home? Totally legit, as described in an article in the April 1983 edition of “73 Magazine” (an amateur radio magazine): If it were not for an inventive ham, E. T. might still be … Continue reading

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Blade Runner 2049

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Ghost in the Shell (2017)

Live-action adaptation of Masamune Shirow’s classic cyberpunk anime film of the same name, the plot is centered around Public Section 9, a covert unit of specialists led by Major Motoko Kusanagi, a cyborg and master hacker. Release: March 31, 2017

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New “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” Trailer

Very, very, excited about this one: If you want a frame-by-frame analysis, The Verge has got you covered: The latest Rogue One trailer: a breakdown of all its hidden clues →

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Stanley Kubrick and Wes Anderson: A Style Comparison

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Lord Of The Rings: How Music Elevates Story

Now this is something right up my alley. An essay about a good movie, and its wonderful soundtrack: Like the fellowship itself the “Fellowship Theme” builds to its full formation, and then is deconstructed until it’s only a shell of … Continue reading

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

It’s a long time until December:

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The LEGO Batman Movie

Very excited for this one. The LEGO Movie itself was awesome!

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The Prestige: Hiding In Plain Sight

Really loving the stuff that Nerdwriter1 has been posting on to YouTube. This time he talks about The Prestige – a movie I thoroughly enjoyed and have rewatched several times – and its director Christopher Nolan: The Prestige demonstrates a … Continue reading

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