Monthly Archives: May 2012

“House” Series Finale — Thoughts and Reflections of No Longer Worrying About Strange Diseases

When I first started watching House, I found it very intriguing.  It is basically a detective story, only instead of trying to solve a crime, the doctors are trying to diagnose (and then treat) a disease.  The creators modelled it … Continue reading

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Film Review — Robin Hood Meets The Hunger Games — Andrew Niccol’s “In Time”

While my review of The Hunger Games book trilogy is postponed ’til next week, I have decided to share a different film that fits along a similar theme.  In Time is another dystopian film wherein people are divided into districts … Continue reading

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“The Hunger Games” Film Review

Since I have been talking a lot about it lately, I decided it was high time that I published my review of The Hunger Games.  I am going to attempt to focus on the recent film.  There is a lot … Continue reading

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Orthodoxy, Allegory and Fantasy

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I Live Alone, Therefore I Am Suspicious…At Least on TV

One of the standard parts of the detective genre is the alibi.  Generally, the detective (amateur or professional) narrows down their list of suspects by figuring out where each person was when the crime took place, and these alibis are … Continue reading

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