Statistics #31: Detroit

Difficult to watch films are trending upward. Rather than bury myself too deeply in the content of Detroit, I decided to focus on the stats it provides. But I do think this is a film that many need to see and experience for themselves.



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RetroReview #3: The Lion King

Firstly, I gotta apologize for some poor audio quality on this episode. It took me a little time to realize the wrong microphone was being used for the input. The issues start at the 1:52 point and end at the 14:52 point, mostly encompassing me talking about the technical merits, awards merits, and cast/personnel associated with the film. From that point on I spend the majority of the time discussing my thoughts on the overall film and story and emotions that The Lion King evokes in me. Sorry for the problems!



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Box Office Mojo Part 10: 10-1

The final part of this series! We count down to the highest grossing film of all time, reflect on the list a little, and hypothesize the future of film’s box office receipts.



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Review #44: Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan’s newest is being heralded as his best work to date. I’ll go through my own thoughts on the film and where I’m currently nominating the film for the Circle of Film Awards.



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