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Exhiles within The Grand Budapest Hotel

On the surface, The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) plays with the absurd madcap tale against a dark, unforgiving political backdrop.  Yet, further research revealed that Wes Anderson‘s masterful film held an acute commentary about the world that the writer Stefan … Continue reading

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Scorsese: Student Filmmaker to Festival Darling

Splicing his earlier short with later footage, Martin Scorsese assembled a feature film that contained biographical strands and loose camera work that adduced vigor and promise from this passionate filmmaker.  His longevity allows a certain fond regard of his beginnings.  In … Continue reading

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