Tag Archives: Sam Mendes

1917 (2019) Review (500th Review)

AN IMMERSIVE WWI CINEMATIC EXPEREINCE   The war-torn theater of WWII has definitely taken one point of interest for me cinematic tales throughout the years; utilizing the various battles, ruthless dictatorships, and hardships of civilians that make for dramatic and compelling filmmaking presentations. However, the sufferable trials of the first World War have also garnished cinematic interest; demonstrating the hellish

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Spectre (2015) Review

THE SPECTERS OF SPECTRE   The man (James Bond), the myth (Bond), and the icon (007). Such are the names that come to mind when speaking about Ian Fleming’s most notorious spy super sleuth: James Bond. Moreover, the Hollywood feature films of Fleming’s character of Bond have become more iconic, spanning over 53 years with several different actors stepping into

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