Category Movies

5 Ways Dunkirk Shatters the Hollywood World War Movie Cliche

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Dunkirk is yet another feather in the cap of director Christopher Nolan; it’s fascinating to see his seamless transition from science fiction and action-blockbuster genre to historical semi-documentary film-making, reminding one of the filmmaking journey of his senior contemporary, the Hollywood giant Spielberg.

Scale of the Film
The expansive scale of production, from the s...

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5 Ways John Wick Triggers Exhilaration

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The Guns:
John Wick is a rat-tat-tat action roller coaster; director detours from the clichéd explosion monster helicopter chase sequences and beams the cinematic effort through multi-verse of gun barrels...

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All Roads Lead to Mad Max

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  • For continuing the brutal vehicular pandemonium; where all events invariably take place in the unforgiving desert highways of Australia. The cult classic Mad Max spearheaded by Mel Gibson had set the series up. Director George Miller with cinematographer John Seale painted the cinematic canvas with metal, gasoline, fire, blood and rubber...
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    Five Notes Why Amadeus Rocks!

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    • Milos Forman’s cinematography in Amadeus  offers an authentic slice of 18th century Vienna. Especially the masterful recreation of the urban populace, their immaculate costumes and not to mention the brilliant acting of the extras (the theater crowds, the general pedestrians on the streets etc.), makes Forman one of the greatest recreates of ambience in Hollywood.amadeus_conductor1
    • The in...
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    Five Ways One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest Drives You Wild

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    • The movie has a cast of spectacular actors, and the fact that most of them were obscure character actors at that time, who excelled in the role of the mentally challenged in One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, makes the movie extremely impactful.
    • Jack Nicholson playing the pivotal role of Randle McMurphy...
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