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Charlie Chaplin Director Series: The Gold Rush

The Gold Rush is a Charlie Chaplin film about a prospector (the tramp) who travels up to Alaska to search for gold.  He experiences many dangers before eventually becoming rich and finding love. The Gold Rush actually exists in two … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 11: The Poster, The Trailer, and Their Place in All This

Well, the The Last Jedi poster and the trailer are out.  And considering that every time I post about Reylo my views spike, I might as well capitalize on this development.  🙂 1 The poster. The poster is very striking.  … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 10: Triumph of the Bridal Carry

I really enjoyed writing about the interrogation scene, so I wanted to talk more about the bridal carry scene.  But before I do that, I want to talk about Triumph of the Will. Triumph of the Will , directed by … Continue reading

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Director Series: Charlie Chaplin

I have basically decided to stop doing the Films About Women series for the time being, and in its place I am focusing on short series on Charlie Chaplin. I will be watching films by Charlie Chaplin and posting short … Continue reading

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Dunkirk and Characters: What are Characters and Do They Matter?

I want to talk about characters in Dunkirk.  Dunkirk lacks one of the classic means that a war movie uses to develop characters, specifically the characters sit around and talk about how the girlfriend they left back at home.  I … Continue reading

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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 9: The Awful Interrogation Scene

Well, it’s once again time to post a shameless attempt to get more views.  🙂 I want to talk about the interrogation scene.  I touched on it in my first Reylo post, but I want to break it down, and … Continue reading

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Dunkirk Review

Dunkirk is unconventional movie from the beginning.  The first shot we see is young soldiers running.  We do not see most of their faces, and as they are running, all but one of them are shot and fall to the … Continue reading

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