If there was a film(s) you wanted analyzed (not reviewed), what would it be?
I have a few films in mind already, but it seems like more recent films are far more popular and relevant to read. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
May I name a few?
1. Clockwork Orange
2. 2001: A Space Odyssey
4. There will be Blood
5. Any chick-flick...they're all horrible. How could they still be making any money?
I love Kubrick's films, my favorite is actually Eyes Wide Shut. Rob Ager did an AMAZING film analysis of A Clockwork Orange (no one could top this): http://www.collativelearning.com/ACO%20 … is%20.html
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