Tag Archives: Elizabeth Debicki

Tenet (2020) Review

WE LIVE IN A TWILIGHT WORLD. AN INVERSION CINEMATIC EXPEREINCE.   Director Christopher Nolan is an acclaimed film director that many, including myself, have found to be exceptional in the execution of the films that he directs. While he’s been around for quite some time, developing several short films (both released unreleased), several first noticed Nolan’s work as a director

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The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) Review

A GENERIC PARADOX UNTO ITSELF   Back in 2008, Cloverfield, a movie that was made for $25 million, made box-off success with a worldwide total of roughly $170 million (profiting almost 7 times its production budget). The movie itself centered around a group of young adults who were caught up in survival as a giant monster attacks and rampages through

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The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Review

SLEEK, SEXY, AND FUN The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” was a television show that debuted back in the heyday of the 60s spy genre, where the super slick James Bond style was at the forefront of pop culture. Running for five seasons (from 1964 to 1968) followed a troublesome pair of spy super sleuths, American spy Napoleon Solo and Russian spy

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