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    ‘Blade Runner’: A Game – changing science fiction classic

    ‘Blade Runner’: A Game – changing science fiction classic

      Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner‘s path to stardom and cultism has hardly been a bump-free ride. Heavily disputed upon its release, often criticized as an occasionally senseless portrayal of a…

    Jim Jarmusch: “What are they afraid of?”

    Jim Jarmusch: “What are they afraid of?”

    Mr. Jarmusch, you’ve lived in New York for over 40 years. Do you consider yourself a New Yorker? I have lived there for so long, but I am not a…

    Blade Runner 2049: Why Make a Sequel to Blade Runner?

    Blade Runner 2049: Why Make a Sequel to Blade Runner?

    At no point preceding my viewing of Blade Runner 2049 did I understand the reason anybody would make a Blade Runner sequel. My perspective, after viewing, remains unchanged. Blade Runner does not have a good…

    10 Reasons Why “2001: A Space Odyssey” Is The Greatest Sci-fi Movie of All Time

    10 Reasons Why “2001: A Space Odyssey” Is The Greatest Sci-fi Movie of All Time

    Next year will be the 50th Anniversary of one of the greatest films ever to be put on the silver screen, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Made in 1968,…

    ‘Blade Runner 2049’: Welcome to the Age of Peak Dystopia Fatigue

    ‘Blade Runner 2049’: Welcome to the Age of Peak Dystopia Fatigue

    We have seen things you people wouldn’t believe. A cult classic have its reputation re-evaluated and restored by a series of fan-fueled screenings long after it was unceremoniously “retired” from…

    The 30 Most Influential Movies In Cinema History

    The 30 Most Influential Movies In Cinema History

    These days, many people, particularly cinephiles, or simply just people with a special and more than fleeting and/or passing interest in cinema, may wonder, “Where should I begin in regards…

    Top 10 Filmmakers Who Redefined Modern Cinema

    Top 10 Filmmakers Who Redefined Modern Cinema

    David W. Griffith was the pioneering director who invented and introduced the original grammar of cinema as we know it today, but there are many who took the principles and…

    ‘Touch of Evil’: Orson Welles’ Grandiose Film Noir that Took Four Decades to Shine In Its Intended Form

    ‘Touch of Evil’: Orson Welles’ Grandiose Film Noir that Took Four Decades to Shine In Its Intended Form

    When Universal approached Orson Welles with an intriguing supporting role in a new thriller tentatively called Badge of Evil, the filmmaker was at a difficult point of his career, not having…

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