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Compared to 2011, this year’s selection of films was a vast improvement! I created a Facebook page for NSFCCDP but have been a little disappointed with the lack of reaction it received, but then I am not yet a god … Continue reading
On my flight back from Tokyo last night, I went back and revisited one of the great classics of modern scifi The Matrix. Besides the sexy Carrie Anne-Moss as Trinity and the awesome Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus, Keanu Reeves did … Continue reading
The long-awaited Prometheus is finally here. A small contingent of the NSFCCDP ventured out to one of Paris’ truly great movie theaters, the Max Linder, featuring the best THX sound in the city and one of the largest screens (2 … Continue reading
This month’s NSFCCDP outing was to see the new superhero movie Chronicle byJosh Trank. To be honest, it was kind of like Blair Witch Project met Heroes. CG and I both felt that it was interesting, but not as original … Continue reading