It’s the middle of the night and I can’t sleep. What is one to do? Why, post a film review, of course. It’s been a while since I posted one so read all about what I consider to be an unsung masterpiece of cinema: Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy.Additional-2-The-King-of-Comedy
I’ve decided to take a hiatus from classes this semester so I have a little more time to post. The fourth film we looked at was Sunset Boulevard.Class-Film-4-Sunset-Boulevard
I haven’t posted anything here for a while because I’ve been dealing with the next batch of classes. There’s a small lull so here’s the next film we reviewed.Class-Film-3-Get-Out
Class starts again next week. I’m looking forward to creating new pieces to share with you. One of the requirements of the film class, in addition to analyzing the assigned films, was to select three films to view and review independently. Here’s the first one: Die Hard!Additional-Film-1-Die-Hard
As observed in Toy Story 2, the transition from Wild West Frontier to the Final Frontier was sealed with the launch of Sputnik I in 1957 but the doors were opened with various sightings during the Second World War resulting in the 1951 film masterpiece The Day the Earth Stood Still. This was the second film we looked at in Introduction to Film Art.The-Day-the-Earth-Stood-Still
Due to the positive responses given to my film reviews for the Introduction to Film Art course that I took last Spring, I have decided to share them will all of you.
I’ll post them, more or less, in the order in which they were written and submitted. This week: True Grit (1969)