Song to Song: The Malick Conundrum

When you think of a new age Terrence Malick film, you think of succinct, introspective narrations whispered to you. You think of the stunning wide-angle shots lit gorgeously by sunlight. You think of how beautiful even the shaky handheld shots look in his films. You think of endless collage of scenes that act as a … Continue reading Song to Song: The Malick Conundrum

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Hollywood Can Learn from “Old Boy” Director Park Chan-wook

After I finished watching Park Chan-wook’s “Oldboy” I was left struggling between my appreciations for the story telling versus my disgust for the twist and conclusion. At first I questioned whether the critics who gushed over this film had lost their moral compass. “Oldboy” in short is a revenge drama. However as I dug deeper … Continue reading Hollywood Can Learn from “Old Boy” Director Park Chan-wook