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Movie Review: Ron’s Gone Wrong

Movie Review: Ron’s Gone Wrong SeTh gODwYnn Just this very morning, I was walking to work, and along one very narrow mostly residential street with the odd spattering of small businesses, I saw 11 garbage trucks in a row doing the Thursday morning collection. How much rubbish can such a tiny corner of the world …

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1917: A Slasher Flick?

1917: A Slasher Flick? By Lance Corporal Godwynn and Half Sargent Atkinson I’m not a huge fan of Bittorrent and other means of pirating movies. It means I have to remote access a second computer that’s literally sitting on the same desk as the machine I’m working from, because at home I only have room …

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Jurassic Park: Dinosaur VFX

Jurassic Park: Dinosaur VFX Sethasaurus Rex and a tiny little bit of the Tricerajack It’s often said that despite nearly 30 years having passed, the VFX dinosaurs in the original Jurassic Park have passed the test of time and continue to hold their own against the latest, greatest digital imaging technology is able to provide. …

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Movie Analysis: Paterson

Movie Analysis: Paterson Seth McGodwynn – But not Jack. Oh no… One of the staples of arthouse movies is that they succeed by resonating with the audience at an emotional level through subtext, even though nothing of any consequence actually happens. Much like with micro fiction, where the implication is the story and the less …

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