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Crespodiso Film School - Quentin Tarantino


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Review: 'Leviathan'


Want to experience a long and slow yet brutal kick in the ass? Have any desire to see a piece of art that is so sure-handed in its vision and ambition as to make the final result unassailable in its veracity? You want to remember why some people make movies in the first place? Then time for you to check out this new classic of Russian cinema, "Leviathan," a film that is simultaneously enormous Read more

Review: 'Maps to the Stars'


"Maps to the Stars" is a satirical dark comedy about Hollywood and its denizens, namely the psycho-babble loving, attention whoring, secret hiding folks who pop up within the movie industry all over the place. A family with multiple shameful secrets, an aging actress trying to revive her career, a limo driver with acting aspirations of his own, and a mysterious girl all come together to form this weird little tale of hidden regret, sought Read more

Netflix pick for 3/2/15 - 'The Way'


"The Way" is a drama from 2010 written and directed by Emilio Estevez and starring his own father Martin Sheen, and it is the story of a man who finds himself taking a 500-mile pilgrimage called the Camino de Santiago on behalf of his deceased son, and no one can take that trip without discovering something about themselves and the world around them. From my original review of "The Way," which can be read in Read more

Review: 'Focus'


"Focus" is a movie about a con man and his elaborate operation of conning, but it is also about the relationship this con man develops with a much younger con woman, so the story is about this con man making a big score but it is also about whether or not two people who make their livings ripping other people off and being deceptive could actually get together and have a trusting relationship with Read more

Crespodiso Film School – Quentin Tarantino

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In this Crespodiso Film School BONUS Episode, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn go through the films of Quentin Tarantino. Read more

Review: ‘Leviathan’

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Want to experience a long and slow yet brutal kick in the ass? Have any desire to see a piece of art that is so sure-handed in its vision and ambition as to make the final result unassailable in its veracity? You want to remember why some people make movies in the first place? Then time for you to check out this new classic of Russian cinema, “Leviathan,” a film that is simultaneously enormous and intimate, and which also acts as a scathing indictment of life in Russia as well as personal relationships that can easily fall apart.

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Review: ‘Maps to the Stars’

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Maps to the Stars” is a satirical dark comedy about Hollywood and its denizens, namely the psycho-babble loving, attention whoring, secret hiding folks who pop up within the movie industry all over the place. A family with multiple shameful secrets, an aging actress trying to revive her career, a limo driver with acting aspirations of his own, and a mysterious girl all come together to form this weird little tale of hidden regret, sought redemption and psychosexual revenge. Read more

Netflix pick for 3/2/15 – ‘The Way’

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The Way” is a drama from 2010 written and directed by Emilio Estevez and starring his own father Martin Sheen, and it is the story of a man who finds himself taking a 500-mile pilgrimage called the Camino de Santiago on behalf of his deceased son, and no one can take that trip without discovering something about themselves and the world around them. Read more

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