Monthly Archives: August 2011

Movie Review: My Sucky Teen Romance

More so than with other art forms, cinema can range from the most miniscule budgeted films to the biggest of Hollywood productions. From films costing over $300 million to under 20 thousand dollars, the great divide between films should make … Continue reading

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A Passion Project In Disguise

On revisiting a film most people believe undeserving of a revisit, I realized something about David Gordon Green’s Your Highness: this mess of a film is not evidence of a filmmaker who has sold-out, it is evidence of a filmmaker … Continue reading

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Years Of Influence, One Year Of The Deleted Scene

Not everyone returns to films they have seen before; I am not one of those people. Recently returning to a personal favourite of mine, it brought me back to the summer that my cinematic passion became obsession and my life’s … Continue reading

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A Quick Update

As I am currently in Europe until September 5th, my output on The Deleted Scene will be minimal, to say the least. I will try to post one or two articles during the month, but as my access to internet … Continue reading

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