Blade Runner 2049 Film Review

1982 is an important year in cinematic history. It was the year that Ridley Scott released the highly influential film, Blade Runner. While the theatrical cut is a compromised waste of celluloid smothered in a voice over and studio-mandated happy ending, the film’s production design and the tone that could be felt through the executive... Continue Reading →

Wonder Woman

  So Wonder Woman is a big deal. As a character, she represents so much; one of DC's big three, she was created as the most important female superhero in the medium of comics. She is also a highly feminist character, steeped in Americana and classical culture. As such this 2017 film is also a... Continue Reading →

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