As a child I watched Spielberg and played my Sega Master System; growing up I watched Cameron and played my Sega Genesis; and when I came of age it was Nolan, Aronofsky and Fincher while playing on my Sega Saturn and Playstation 2.
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Walt Disney attempts to tell its own story in a star-studded, highly-glossed package.
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I was nine years old when my dad gave me The Beatles’ White Album and unknowingly created a monster.
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It’s the end of the year, which means it’s time for lists! First, I reveal my favorite — not the best — series that I watched in 2013. Number one will not surprise you.
Continue reading David’s Top 10 Shows of 2013
Where to begin?
Film has been a part of my blood for as long as I can remember.
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Once upon a time, in a land of pastoral backdrops and toothpicks that served more to pick between phantom teeth that were no longer there than to promote healthy gums, I was rescued from selling flowers on the corner, singing about choc-o-lates and warm, comfy ‘airs, by a man trying to win a bet.
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Blue is the Warmest Color will be an impossible sell for some audiences, but there’s real beauty here, and a lot more than just what you’ve heard about.
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When Dumbledore left me on the doorstep, his instructional letter said to name me Chase and shield me from the spells of Dark Wizards. Or something like that. I’ve always been a little fuzzy on the details.
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Martin Scorsese’s searing epic of greed and debauchery is… well, it’s not for everyone.
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Ben Stiller shines on both sides of the camera in this easygoing fantasy, which makes up for a weak script with visual flair.
Continue reading Review: THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY