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‘Prism’ Review – Indie Film Gathering 2017

0 Submitted by on Fri, 15 September 2017, 15:59
Prism is a film of interconnected stories that revolve around different colors that represent various moods and personalities. The premise makes it feel as though the movie is going to be long and artsy. The kind of pretentiousness that contains lingering shots and pompous fluff dialogue. Thankfully, this possibility is not the case. The movie is brief yet poignant, and Continue Reading...
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‘Drib’ Review – Fantasia Fest 2017

0 Submitted by on Tue, 12 September 2017, 10:00
“Trolling: The Movie!” would be an appropriate title for Drib, because it feels like that’s what movie is all about. The film is a documentary-comedy about the supposed real story of performance artist Amir Asgharnejad and his foray into the marketing world of energy drinks. The movie begins with a stunningly well-developed montage of commercials that parody energy drink advertisements. Continue Reading...
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‘A Life in Waves’ Review

0 Submitted by on Tue, 12 September 2017, 09:59
At the beginning of A Life in Waves, we are told that even if you don’t know who Suzanne Ciani is, you still have heard her music. A bold statement, but they are probably correct. Who made the sound effects for pinball? What about the compositions for Atari games? The iconic “popping” sound of the Coca-Cola bottle. These achievements can Continue Reading...
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‘Dan Dream’ Review – Fantasia Fest 2017

0 Submitted by on Tue, 12 September 2017, 08:59
Dan Dream is a slapstick comedy based on the true story of the first electric car.While some of the facts surrounding the actual event are true, it is quite obvious that the movie has fabricated a humorous series of scenes around it. The film begins with Thorkil Bonnensen who is pitching a revolutionary new idea for the company he works Continue Reading...
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‘The Garage Sale’ Review

1 Submitted by on Sat, 09 September 2017, 12:00
When trying to describe an interactive movie, the first thought that might come to one’s mind is TellTale’s The Walking Dead or Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain. However, this is not the case for The Garage Sale. While a tutorial of sorts is required to understand how to navigate the movie, it is a true cinematic experience. The film follows three Continue Reading...
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