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    Z for Zachariah is full of several underlying themes. Some smack you on the nose and some are given with a more subtle touch. Gender politics, faith and paranoia among others are all present under the umbrella of this incredible characters study, set in a post apocalyptic world. Following the events of nuclear fallout, mankind […]

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    The idea of uprooting one’s family in pursuit of opportunities abroad, may conjure up emotional ambivalence. On one hand, next-level career advancement and a chance to start fresh, in a new city, filled with possibilities…on the other hand, responsibility – a hefty counterbalance. Future promise, versus making a huge mistake – kinda stressful. Now, factor […]

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    Hitman is one of my favorite game franchises. This game really helped set the stage for third-person stealth in games. It had a simple story, with a couple of twists that you didn’t seem coming and lead to some innovative moments. Flash-forward to 2007’s Hitman adaptation and then even further into this years Hitman: Agent […]

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    Since the days of when spy movies in the late 80’s were on the decline, filmmakers have been trying to give a shot in the arm to the dying genre. This spawned a sub-genre of spy comedies, of which there were a few notable entries. Films such as “True Lies”, “Grosse Pointe Blank”, and “Mr. […]

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