Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Satisfaction of Endings — The Dark Knight Trilogy (Spoiler Free)

Seven years ago I went to Batman Begins as a hopeful movie-goer. At the time, I was looking for somewhere else to focus my creative attention and energy. The Harry Potter excitement was wearing off, and Marvel’s recent big-screen adaptations had peaked my interest, but I wanted my superhero interest to be in my preferred base of DC […]

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What I Learned From Brave

Like many people, I love Pixar films. They get right to the core of what it means to be human, and tell stories with sincerity that other studios lack. I went to Brave with some trepidation, but still had hope because it was Pixar. What I feel I found was a film that was almost a […]

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