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Daily Archives: September 13, 2019
Maybe there aren’t a hundred movies about somebody taking stock of their life and deciding “the ultimate test” of running a marathon will help them change everything for the better. But including documentaries and episodes of TV series? Yeah, it’s … Continue reading
“Serious” science fiction cinema often chooses to walk the line between the real and the ethereal, especially as it concerns films about space travel. But from “2001” onwards, it’s proven a delicate balance, hyperrealism that puts us in space with … Continue reading