A Bullin Bulletin: Teaching Roles

Steve Bullin Here's a discussion that comes up rather frequently:¬ what do our children's movies and entertainment, teach them? There are many facets to this discussion, not simply because of...

Life After: “A Boy and His Dog”

DM Haight In a world, where a dog is psychic, and a man is a boy, but more manish than boyish, and he talks to a psychic dog, and they wander a barren wasteland in the aftermath of World War IV, we know...

A Month of Ghibli: Princess Mononoke

DM Haight Violence is an element that is left out of many Miyazaki films.¬ Lupin III¬ and¬ Naausica¬ are really the only two films from the prolific director that revel in a violence that is generally absent...

The Magic of Miyazaki: Part IV

DM Haight The personalities of Kiki and Sen in Kiki’s Delivery Service, and Spirited Away both need to exercise their beliefs in themselves to grow as individuals. The journey of the young girl has...

A Deeper Look Into “Oblivion”

Steve Bullin Oblivion is an interesting piece because: one,¬ it reminds us that Tom Cruise isn't a bad actor; and two, because we're reminded that¬ something well done--regardless of the actual...

Return to “Jurassic Park”

DM Haight Twenty years ago we saw a film released that changed the way films would be made for the rest of time.¬ Jurassic Park¬ revolutionized the film industry by inventing a new way to bring the...