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Dr King Schultz

Dr King Schultz is a fine incarnation of acting, character and screenwriting and his story challenges our attitude towards the law, morality and compassion. A commenter on another internet forum I frequent suggested that in dispatching Calvin Candie, Schultz somehow... Continue Reading →

A lightly seasoned review of Haute Cuisine (2012)

I'm in the blogging low season right now on account of my final semester at university, but my wife and I managed to sneak in a viewing of the 2012 French film Haute Cuisine, loosely based on the story of... Continue Reading →

Django Unchained (2012): a love story, a blood story, a slave story

In Inglourious Basterds, Tarantino's alternate history unleashed fantasy revenge on Hitler's regime. In Django Unchained, he brings it to the slavers. With the help of the only good white guy in the South - a German bounty hunter Dr King... Continue Reading →

Once (2006)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8mtXwtapX4 A musician lamenting a broken relationship and an immigrant form a friendship over their mutual love of music. Starring Glen Hansard (The Frames) and Marketa Irglova, I revisited this sweet little movie* after listening to Marketa Irglova on Noisetrade,... Continue Reading →

Don’t You Worry Child (Swedish House Mafia)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1MN4pR5wXM Swedish House Mafia's song of loss Don't You Worry ChildĀ  finds hope in heaven's plan. A feel-good song, empty words or is there a plan for you? Verse 1 There was a time, I used to look into my... Continue Reading →

Ben-Hur (1959) and a guest blogger!

Today, I welcome my good friend Kieran as the first guest blogger on Eternitainment! We've been friends a few years now and we often engage our minds in the fruitful discussion and appreciation of movies. If Kieran had his own... Continue Reading →

“It ain’t all waitin’ on you.” – No Country for Old Men (2007) – Part 3 of 4

In Part 1, we saw that in this life there are no clean getaways - either a bad guy will get you, your bad choices will get you or your body will get you. That's pretty much how life seems.... Continue Reading →

Betting your life: No Country for Old Men (2007) – Part 2 of 4

In Part 1, we observed the pervasive nature of death in the film No Country for Old Men. And so it is in real life, though I think we in the West tend to hide it away, shy away from... Continue Reading →

No clean getaways: No Country for Old Men (2007) – Part 1 of 4

A man steals millions of dollars from a drug deal gone bad and plays a deadly cat and mouse game with a serial killer the syndicate sends to get their money back, while aging sheriff Bell attempts to track them... Continue Reading →

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