What The ‘Before’ Trilogy Teaches Us About Love

Linklater created an unconventional indie romance brimming with passionate conversation prompting introspection. A must see trilogy for lovers of love.

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How Costume Design Shapes Characterization in ‘The Lord of the Rings’

A discussion to show how costume design functions as a form of characterization in the trilogy, focusing specifically on the hobbits and elves.

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GoT ‘Battle of the Bastards’ Part 2 : A Study In Effective War & Drama

Here is an in-depth breakdown of Battle of the Bastards and its combination of great characterization and tactical detail.

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GoT ‘Battle of The Bastards’ Part 1: A Study In Effective War & Drama

Here is an in-depth breakdown of Battle of the Bastards and its combination of great characterization and tactical detail.

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Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince: The Power of Cinematography

Breaking down Half-Blood Prince’s unequivocal impact on the franchise as a whole and the quality of the filmmaking, with an emphasis in cinematography.

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There Will Be Blood (2007): Character Study of Daniel Plainview

There Will Be Blood’s illustration of character study, in particular, Daniel in correlation with H.W., Eli, and Henry, will be the focus of this analysis.

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