Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Power of Detail: Moonrise Kingdom

Wes Anderson films exist solely in what can only be called Wes Anderson world. This whimsical world is filled to the brim with the kind of minute detail that leads the viewer to believe that Anderson has likely been fixated … Continue reading

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Prometheus, Ridley Scott & the Art of Thinking Big

I just came back from screening Prometheus in IMAX 3-D and I want to say right out of the chute that seeing a big film on a big screen in a big format is something truly special.  If you have … Continue reading

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