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    Now that I have you all hear, I am going to say that “the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry”. I had it all planned out, I was going to go into a movie that I knew wouldn’t turn out well, and even had some great puns, like “friends don’t let […]

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    As a high-level writer and director, Noah Baumbach’s distinctive style often results in substantive films which are just as smart as they are charming. While most of his movies are simply terrific, some are amazing – like ‘The Squid and the Whale’. Only occasionally have I ever felt that he missed the mark entirely, as […]

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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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