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Month: December 2016


  • Impressions – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story soundtrack – Music by Michael Giacchino

    Impressions – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story soundtrack – Music by Michael Giacchino

    In keeping up with all things Star Wars, I wanted to give my impressions of the film’s score. I spoke briefly on this in my review of the movie. The film was originally set to be scored by prior Gareth Edwards collaborator Alexandre Desplat. Once he was no longer available, Michael Giacchino was called in and only […]

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  • Film Review – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Film Review – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Rogue One is the first Star Wars anthology film. These movies are intended to further flesh out the lore of Star Wars while not being a part of the main numbered films. Gareth Edwards, director of Monsters and Godzilla, takes the helm for this first installment. Rogue One tells the story of the Rebel Alliance’s […]

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  • DeaconsDen’s Favorite 10 Episodes of The Simpsons

    DeaconsDen’s Favorite 10 Episodes of The Simpsons

    I was 4 years old when The Simpsons debuted in 1989. This animated sitcom has continued for over 600 episodes across 28 seasons and one feature film and has no signs of slowing down. Funny, irreverent, smart and sometimes even touching, The Simpsons has cemented itself as a cornerstone of American entertainment and pop culture. […]

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  • Film Review: Suicide Squad

    Film Review: Suicide Squad

    The Squad has arrived.  This is the 3rd film in the still developing DC Extended Universe. Written and directed by David Ayer (Training Day, Sabotage, Fury), Suicide Squad follows the exploits of a team of criminals as they are used by the government to carry out dangerous missions in exchange for lower sentences. The Squad […]

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  • Film Review – Moana

    Film Review – Moana

    Moana took me back to when I was six years old again. Allow me to present some context. In 1991, I saw Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and it was the first step in my developing love of movies. The animation, the emotional resonance  of the story, the music and the characters opened my eyes […]

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