The Parr family has finally returned to the big screen in one of the year’s most anticipated movies, The Incredibles 2. Although Pixar’s much awaited sequel may not be as good as its predecessor it surely is as thematically sophisticated, well-written, beautifully directed, fun, and entertaining.
This short film was an assignment for my documentary class but I had never treated it as such. I hadn’t cared about my final grade or if it were going to be any good at all — well at least I did at first. I went in worried that I may not get all the footageContinue reading “I Made A Documentary on My Grandmother Titled ‘Leonie Superstar’”
Beautiful, insightful and heart breaking are three words I would use to describe J Cole’s best album 4 Your Eyez Only. Paralleling his life with that of his late friend, Cole tells a story which explores the immense societal burden that is placed on the black man and the realities of being born into aContinue reading “My Favorite Album of 2017: 4 Your Eyez Only – J. Cole”
Wow! 577 Views. First off I would like to deeply thank every single person who took time out of their day to read the ramblings of an 18-year-old nerd. A lot of readers here on 4therace leave extremely enthusiastic and positive comments that build my confidence as both a person and aspiring writer. All myContinue reading “July was a Record Setting Month on 4therace!”
WOW! Last week I watched some pretty incredible movies so I had to think a lot about what this week’s Film of the Week would be before deciding on Steven Spielberg’s 1977 classic Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The other four films I watched last week are listed below and I highly recommend eachContinue reading “Close Encounters of The Third Kind [Film of the Week #3]”
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I watched Jean-Luc Godard’s Pierrot le Fou pour la pour la première fois and I absolutely loved it. My feelings can only be expressed through this compilation of breathtaking moments.
I watched Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange for the first time and “its funny how the colours of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen”. Please tell me what you think of A Clockwork Orange in the comments below.