Her

I regretted not writing a review for the Tree of Life (2011) when it came out, but to be honest I couldn’t even put words in a legible sentence to give the film justice. Each time I think of that film I just know it’s good but can’t express the way it makes me feel as a person. The beneficial fulfilment I have from viewing it so many times. It’s really weird talking about films that way, that they can have this very strong affect on a person. It’s ridiculous that made up people, characters, can make me reassess my...

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“Can you film for us?” Questions to ask before commitment.

So you’re fresh out of college or university studying film, television, media or visual communications – what do you do now? Or quite possibly you’re adept with technology and cameras are no fear of yours. Either way, you know how to film, edit, and produce a final product if asked. When you graduate, or even while you are studying (or hobbying – I will refer from to both as studying as these people will be approached more) the prospect of filming for someone is quite high. Sure you’ll start off with family, “you can film Jimmy’s 7th birthday,” then you’ll...

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Saving Mr. Banks

I’m not too sure if I overhyped this film, or it was just not as magical as I had hoped. It’s difficult to explain. Here are two very magical people, Pamela “P.L.” Travers (played by Emma Thompson) and Walt Disney (played by Tom Hanks), and yet throughout the film I never really sensed any magic. But thats the point of the film, the same way that we wanted Walt (first name to distinguish between the man and the business) to gain the rights to the book. I’m not trying to dismiss any instance that this film is still in fact...

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