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Anders

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About Anders

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    Globe-trotting special agent
  • Birthday 06/12/1982

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    http://3brothersfilm.com
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Waterloo, ON
  • Interests
    I have a particular interest in the works of Hitchcock, Kurasawa, Nolan, Lynch, Malick, Wong Kar-wai, Welles, and Scorsese. I am developing an interest in Southeast and East Asian cinema. My research areas include film and literary theory. I am currently working on the topic of film, memory, and dreams - subjectivity in cinema. And I still love Spielberg and Lucas.

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  • Occupation
    PhD Candidate (Wilfrid Laurier University)
  • Favorite movies
    A sample of favourite films: The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Citizen Kane, Vertigo, Psycho, North By Northwest, Apocalypse Now, The Godfather, It's A Wonderful Life, Lord of the Rings, Days of Heaven, Raging Bull, Taxi Driver, Seven Samurai, Ikiru, La Dolce Vita, Wild Strawberries, Pulp Fiction, Schindler's List, Blue Velvet, Rushmore, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove; Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, The Big Lebowski, The Third Man, There Will Be Blood Directors: George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Sofia Copolla, Terrrance Malick, Stanley Kubrick, Akira Kurowsawa, Frederico Fellini, Alfred Hitchcock, Quentin Tarantino, Alfonso Cuaron, The Coen Bros., Orson Welles, Hayao Miyazaki, Wong Kar-wai, David Lynch
  • Favorite music
    A sample of my favourite artists: Radiohead, The Beatles, U2, Broken Social Scene, Daft Punk, LCD Soundsystem, The Clash, Arctic Monkeys, Kanye West, Mos Def, Outkast, Ryan Adams, The Beach Boys, Coldplay, Arcade Fire, New Order, Joy Division, Joel Plaskett, The Kinks, My Bloody Valentine, The Smiths, Bob Dylan, The Stone Roses Genres: Canadian Indie Rock, British Rock, French House, Hip-Hop,
  • Favorite creative writing
    A sample of my favourite authors: William Shakespeare, John Donne, J.R.R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, J. K. Rowling, Joseph Conrad, T. S. Eliot, William Blake, John Keats, Oscar Wilde, John Milton, Robert E. Howard, Ian McEwan, W. Somerset Maugham, Graham Greene, Franz Kafka, Fydor Dostoyevsky, James Joyce, Ian Fleming, Michael Chabon, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Bill Watterson, Charles Schulz, Brian K. Vaughan Genres: 17th C. English Poetry, Modern Lit, Existentialist Lit, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Magic Realism, Humour, Comic Books, Comic Strips

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  1. I have a longer piece on Summer Hours that I've presented as a conference paper and I'd love to expand and revise. I'll throw something together.
  2. Sorry for the delay. I wasn't sure what the deadline was, so it kept getting backburnered. It's been busy with me teaching a spring/summer class. I should finish the blurbs this weekend and get them to you early next week. I'll also send the bio and photo along.
  3. Just so it's clear. I think the idea that they get to determine when a "spoiler ban" lifts is just ridiculous. So, I agree with you. Also, Whedon has a distinctive "voice;" not sure he has a "style."
  4. https://twitter.com/Russo_Brothers/status/1123968719607218179 If all goes well, I should be seeing Endgame Saturday night. Good thing too, since apparently the "spoiler ban lifts on Monday!"
  5. Yes, I've often said that, whatever your feelings about the films, Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice do a much better job of selling the world-changing impact of the appearance of Superman and the Kryptonian attack than the MCU films do the impact of "New York" in the first Avengers, for all the lip service. Hoping to catch Endgame soon (but 3 hours! I've got kids, a job, and NBA playoffs to watch). I was lukewarm on Infinity War.
  6. I saw it last weekend with my kids, and I can confirm Evan's take that it is indeed a wonderful film. It's modest in its aims, but rich in its craft and design.
  7. I'd write about: 1) Summer Hours 2) Tokyo Story 3) Wild Strawberries
  8. I'm with you. It worked for me, but I've always been more invested in Star Wars than most of the rest of the folks here anyway.
  9. Anders

    Leave No Trace

    I love this film and was disappointed how little attention it got at year end. But I'm going to do my part and show it to my church movie group in May.
  10. I know that Colin Stacy had once tossed around the idea on Twitter. I'd be interested in talking about it.
  11. Anders

    RIP Agnes Varda

    A major loss for the cinema world. RIP.
  12. Attack the Block is great (also was the first major role for Star Wars' John Boyega as Moses, the leader of the crew of "hoodies"). Cornish is a friend and collaborator of Edgar Wright, Nick Frost (who appears in Attack the Block), and Simon Pegg. I'm looking forward to catching The Kid Who Would Be King soon. I'm thinking of reading my kids the first book of White's Once and Future King, "The Sword in the Stone," this summer.
  13. I'm in the minority of folks I know in not liking John Wick: Chapter 2, and this trailer doesn't make me think that Chapter 3 is going to change my mind. I kinda wish it had just stayed as a single film. Pass.
  14. It seems the reports that this film would focus primarily on the Manson Murders was exaggerated. The trailer seems to be more of a comedy-drama period piece about late-60s Hollywood. The Bruce Lee scene got a good laugh out of me.
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