The Best Films of the 21st Century

I can assure you the same can be applied to my list. I like to think that I have a wide swath of films and filmmakers that excite me, particularly in this contemporary climate.

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Heat Wave: Your All-Inclusive Guide to the 2016 Summer Movie Season

The four-month stretch (traditionally lasting May through August) has a reputation for exclusively offering the latest in popcorn munching, big budget spectacles but there’s plenty to offer for the discerning viewer. 2016 looks like it’ll have much to choose from cinematically, whether it be the production of an above average thought or just big dumb fun.

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Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?: Some Thoughts from a Disappointed Superman Fan Following Dawn of Justice

SPOILERS FOR BATMAN V. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE The climactic action set piece to Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, the second entry in D.C. Comics’ burgeoning cinematic universe, feature’s the company’s trinity (Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman) battling the monstrous Doomsday, a Frankenstein-esque creation by Lex Luthor that threatens to destroy Metropolis and the […]

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Planet Hollywood: Hell’s Club and The Art of the Remix

That narrative summation of Hell’s Club still neglects to mention the various other threads that barely hold the experiment from tearing apart. The video’s overlapping dialogue, consciously uniform lighting design, and digital compositing makes you feel like you’re experiencing an animate wax museum that draws little distinctions between genres or even multiple personas of different actors.

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