Author Archives: Mathias Kranacher

About Mathias Kranacher

Hey Im Matt. Im 20 from NYC. I am a huge movie buff! Media Studies major and a Journalism minor. This blog was dont for school but I enjoyed writting about cinema so much that Ive decided to keep it going. Im only writting about movies, past, present, and future. If you're coming here looking for gossip about Hollywood, you're not gunna get it. Although I will occational post about the lastest scandals lol. Feel free to comment and tell me what you think, but lets be foreal, dont go crazy with the insults people. I understand free speach and all but make you point, say what you gotta say, and be on. Lets not get all personal.... We're here becuase we love movies and wanna express our thoughts. Enjoy :)

Film Repsonse: Calendar (’93)

Atom Egoyan’s Calendar is a 1993 drama film that tells the story of a photographer and his attempt to find the love that he has lost, with a interesting twist thrown in. In Calendar, a photographer is sent to Armenia … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil

Extremely clever but very confusing! Sans Soleil was directed by Chris Marker and released in 1983. Told by an unaccredited narrator, Marker creates a film that is, literally, out of its element. The film is in no way chronological; rather … Continue reading

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The Red and the White: Film Response

The Red and The White is a 1968 Russian film directed by Miklos Jancso. Dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the October Revolution, the film tells the story of a group of Hungarian Communist, the Reds, which aid the Bolsheviks’ … Continue reading

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What An Excellent Day For An Exorcism. . .

Our generation has introduced what I would call the “Technological Era.” It is what’s defining us. Just look at today’s cinema experience: 3D expansion is rising with over two dozen films slated for a 3D release this year. But what … Continue reading

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