BLINDSPOT: SCHINDLER’S LIST (1993)

What so many people never seem to understand is that cinema is a language. More than the dialogue being structured for some great monologue, or zinger, that we quote to no end it’s in the images. A filmmaker is given his/her opportunity to affect an audience with imagery for two hours at a time (or … Continue reading “BLINDSPOT: SCHINDLER’S LIST (1993)”

OPENING MY EYES: BLINDSPOT SERIES 2013

Updated with my selections thanks to commenters for upvoting certain picks. My fellow blogger extraordinaire, Ryan McNeil of The Matinee, has been participating in a series of articles refered to as the┬áBlindspot Series. This is where every year you pick twelve films, that are considered essential in one way or another, to watch that to … Continue reading “OPENING MY EYES: BLINDSPOT SERIES 2013”