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Signs – Movie Analysis


Signs is a very special film for me. Some viewers may know it’s the film that made me who I am today. When it came out in 2002, I was 14 years old, and I remember my first visit to see it very vividly. It was the first time I really started to think seriously about film. Up until that point, I hadn’t really thought about the art of filmmaking. Signs was the film that sparked the desire that led to the purchase of a camera, many short films, and a love of movies that hasn’t left me to this day. I firmly believe that if I hadn’t seen Signs on that specific day, I wouldn’t be talking to you guys right now. Oddly enough, the film deals with a very similar message on coincidence and fate. Hit the jump to watch my in-depth review…

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Only God Forgives – Movie Analysis


Many people thought 2011’s Drive was a difficult film to grasp. Only God Forgives makes Drive look like Sesame Street. While no where near as good as Drive, Only God Forgives is an extremely misunderstood film. Some called it one of the worst films of the year, others a masterpiece. One thing is for sure, it’s a bit of a head-scratcher. In this video, I attempt to explain many of the scenes in the film, and offer my take on the story. Hit the jump to watch the full video…

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A Good Day to Die Hard – Movie Analysis


Sometimes, to truly understand why a film is awful, the only way to bring its sins to life, is analyzing everything that’s wrong with it. A Good Day to Die Hard was a cinematic disaster that tarnished a beloved franchise. In this video, I examine every reason –┬álarge and small – this film failed. Hit the jump to watch the full video…

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Drive – Movie Analysis


I’ll never forget the first time I saw Drive. I’ve since never been able to replicate the experience. Director Nicolas Winding Refn crafted an incredible, stylized vision of the seedy Los Angeles underworld, filled with jaw-dropping scenes of tension. Naturally, the public had a tough time grasping this very different film. Understandably, it’s not a normal movie, and many were expecting something more conventional.

In this video, I delve into the hidden layers of the film, and talk about the filmmaking on display, and my thoughts on the metaphorical journey of The Driver. Hit the jump to watch my full video…

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Prometheus – Movie Analysis


Prometheus was polarizing in it’s response from film-goers, and one of the largest reasons tossed around the internet was for it’s deeply confusing and grand scale metaphors. Many walked into this movie expecting a science fiction thriller in the vein of Ridley Scott’s original Alien. This, I feel, was a colossal mistake, for the film is filled to the brim with many hidden gems. In this video, I take you through the meaning of the film’s title, my theories on the character’s backstories, and my thoughts on the ending. Hit the jump to watch the full video…

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