The Unspoken Emotions of Dunkirk

  Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros. Picture’s recent release Dunkirk delivers an intense, yet beautiful story of war.  Writer and director Nolan delivers bomb fragments of dialogue, while shooting audiences with a machine gun of facial expressions and a platoon of sound mixing to depict …

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ABC’s Scandal: Draw, Hook and Shelf-Life

  In this podcast episode, I discuss Scandal and its impending conclusion and how the series would have had a longer shelf-life.  Other television shows discussed include Showtime’s Masters of Sex and NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/JohnWareJunior Twitter:  http://www.twitter.com/johnwarejunior  

Transformers: The Last Knight Movie Review

Hopefully, Transformers: The Last Knight concludes Michael Bay’s tenure as the director of the Transformers’ franchise and Paramount Pictures. ‘Last Knight’ maintains the highest standard in visual effects, but bottom feeds on story execution. Bay begins the lackluster blockbuster motion picture with a flashback that …

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Media Industry & Communications Podcast Ep3 – #MICPod

Recorded on January 26, 2016: More #OscarsSoWhite talk. Understanding the industry and that the movie business is a money-making industry, for the purpose of making money.  How minorities can really make a change in entertainment. An examination of the recent membership changes of the Academy’s …

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