Claustrophobia and Camaraderie in Fury and End of Watch

If I had the time or the inclination, I'd do some research on how much people who struggle with claustrophobia enjoy writer-director David Ayer's movies. I'm guessing not so much. In 2012's End of Watch and the recently-released Fury, Ayer seems obsessed with small spaces and the effect they have on those who fill them. Not that these … Continue reading Claustrophobia and Camaraderie in Fury and End of Watch

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It’s a Spectacle: Remembering the Greatest Show on Turf

"We bring you the circus — that Pied Piper whose magic tunes lead children of all ages into a tinseled and spun-candied world of reckless beauty and mounting laughter; whirling thrills; of rhythm, excitement and grace; of daring, enflaring and dance; of high-stepping horses and high-flying stars" - Cecil B. Demille, director of the Greatest … Continue reading It’s a Spectacle: Remembering the Greatest Show on Turf