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Filmmaking that Moves Forwards and Backwards: Tenet Review

In a tumultuous time where visual media has done everything humanly possible–expect for implanting computer chips in consumers’ skulls–to provide itself for in-home viewing, theater chains’ unhurried efforts to return to business in the United States have officially received the first potential money-maker in the form of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Tenet. The science fiction, spy-thriller…

An invisible man. Definitely less scary than the one featured in the movie. Image courtesy of Chaotic Good01 via flickr.
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The Invisible Man: Traditional paranoia for a modern audience

Every major studio has attempted to form a cinematic universe at one point or another, with most bearing little to no fruit in comparison to profits corporate studio heads expect when following in the footsteps of Disney’s Marvel franchise. Sony Pictures has attempted an Amazing Spider-Man universe, Warner Bros. has attempted a superhero universe following…

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The Super Bowl as a national holiday

Often, after the nationally celebrated Sunday when tens of millions of Americans gather and rally for the sport in which quick plays and arduous impacts diverge the course of an entire game (also known as the Super Bowl for the Mines students who may not recognize the indirect reference), individuals loathe going to school, work,…

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