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What Made Darth Vader Visually Iconic
Always great stuff, by The Nerdwriter: About two years ago I started watching Star Wars with my children. Whilst watching the first movie (Episode IV) I kind of found Darth’s role quite disturbing. He was just floating there in the background, and all stuff that we associate with him wasn’t that well expressed. It’s only …
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Westworld: What Makes Anthony Hopkins Great
As per usual, excellent stuff by The Nerdwriter (you really should subscribe to his channel), this time on Anthony Hopkins giving an outstanding performance in his Westworld role:
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 its former self.
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 unique capacity of film without compromising the audience’s suspended disbelief. The complex narrative structure is …
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