Stanley Kubrick

Due to a bad 70.1% high school GPA, a class rank of 44 from 509, a future in college wasn’t predictable for young Stanley Kubrick. In these times to graduate from high college you needed a major. Not certain what his important may be, Stanleys art coach, Herman Getter, informed Stan to be an art […]

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Stanley Kubrick Movies

Stanley Kubrick was a sucker for order, therefore he might have valued the desire to catalog his career. Nevertheless, since the praised manager’s films often warn against putting too much faith in systems, maybe he knew that this manner craziness lies. Frankly, most of Kubrick’s movies have reasonable claim to being number one, therefore establishing […]

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Clockwork Orange Movie

The adhesive holding together all the fragments of Anthony Burgess peripatetic existence may have been contradiction. Born at 1917, only son of a music hall celebrity and her pianist husband, John Burgess Wilson’s household was halved with the death of his sister and mother from influenza in 1918, and has been raised by his dad […]

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Kubrick Films

Director Stanley Kubrick died in 1999, but he remains an essential part of our civilization today. The latest documentary Room 237 explored various conspiracy theories on The Shining. A comprehensive Kubrick exhibition is touring the world. And Kubricks work is always noted as powerful on contemporary directors of great successes such as Steven Spielberg also […]

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The Shining Movie

The final shot of The Shining, its ambiguity eternally helping Stanley Kubrick’s hottest film hold its enduring legacy for almost 30 years. What does the final picture from the movie really tell us about the story we’ve just witnessed? Released within 1980, The Shining is within my opinion, Kubrick’s very best and most gratifying work, […]

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