Alfred Hitchcock started his career in the silent era. An important part of the director’s visual artistry was learning, film after film, how to tell a story with nuance without […]
Author: Erik Nielsen
Since being lionized in Brian Rafferty’s book Best. Movie. Year. Ever., it’s easy to see why Rafferty made the case that 1999 was one of the great years cinema had […]
Denzel Washington is one of the last remaining superstars in an industry deprived of talents that carry his weight. The veteran actor is still an artist that garners critical acclaim […]
A director whose perspective almost entirely relies on his historical perception of art as he weaves in generations of influence, Quentin Tarantino isn’t only one of the great American visual […]
New York City is one of the great places to set a story. From its dodgy, hardened citizens who take nothing for granted, the allure of its skyscrapers’ grandiosity, and […]
1994 was a seminal year in the history of cinema: firstly, because of the consistent quality of films produced and, secondly, because of how long-lasting the names and titles have […]
The 1990s were as good as it gets for movies. The prominence of Sundance and Miramax saw the rise of independent cinema make its way to the mainstream. We got […]
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