GOJIRA (1954) | Culturally Important For Everyone, Not Just Japan

Everyone has their own motivations for creating a film. From sitting down to write it to finalizing the last cut before its release, there is a reason people do what they do Once the artwork hits the wall, or in this case the screen, art takes on almost exclusive meaning for everyone. Sometimes, we all... Continue Reading →

Murder Can Be Fun! – The Thin Man (1934)

The movie adaptation of The Thin Man by Dashiell Hammett, directed by W.S. Van Dyke, is unfortunately hilarious, and what I mean by that is that even though it entertains a dark story filled with unfortunate circumstances, it remains a comedy at heart, and can be laugh out loud entertaining. Nick Charles (William Powell) and... Continue Reading →

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