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‘Prometheus’ provides an immersive visceral experience and enough ideas to spur more post-cinema conversation than the average summer thriller.
In one fleeting ballet of a scene, Kubrick turned a mirror on nature of life on this Earth as he perceives it. That is a master moment if ever there was one.
I am starting up a new column at Film Misery that will explore some of the most memorable moments in the history of film.
Along with our review of J.J. Abrams’ latest movie we also countdown our Top 5 Alien Movies of All-Time.
Keep ‘The Hobbit’ in NZ, ‘Brighton Rock’ disaster, Rockwell for Supporting Actor, ‘Outside the Law’ trailer…
One solace that I have as a (wannabe) film critic is that I will never run out of great movies to see. My canon of viewed classics is much slimmer than it should be and there are several certified classic U.S. and Foreign films that I have yet to see. With the innumerable number of [...]