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The Cinema Scribe

  • Touching New Coming of Age Drama "We Grown Now"

    14 MAY. 2024 · Childhood is the time of life when we form our views about how the world works and what it potentially has in store for us. It presents us with a variety of options for how we come to regard it, either positively or negatively or somewhere in between, a perspective often determined by the circumstances to which we’re exposed. But what matters most in all this is what we end up doing with our beliefs about these conditions and experiences, as they ultimately shape what unfolds going forward. Find out more in a review of the touching new coming of age drama, "We Grown Now," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    11m 57s
  • Gripping New Dystopian Drama "Civil War"

    23 ABR. 2024 · Cautionary tales often have some of the most significant impact when brought to life on the big screen. These pictures generally deliver powerful, troubling, concern-filled messages with a sense of graphic, in-your-face urgency, all aimed at warning us of catastrophes potentially waiting to happen. And, when they reveal the nature of those calamities, they shock us into submission in the hope that we take steps to avoid them before they materialize. Find out more in a review of the gripping new dystopian drama, "Civil War," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    15m 6s
  • Fact-Based Historical Drama, "One Life"

    9 ABR. 2024 · For some of us, there’s no stopping when it comes to seeing through on a mission of vital importance. The circumstances compel us to continue, no matter what challenges, obstacles and odds are against us. And, even if we can see that, there’s something driving us that won’t let us pull back or stop. Find out more in a review of the new, fact-based historical drama, "One Life," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    17m 27s
  • New Absurdist Comedy, "Problemista" Review

    26 MAR. 2024 · Isn’t it amazing how failures can often lead to unexpected successes? Those missteps frequently have a way of opening meaningful doors, even if it doesn’t seem that way at the time they occur. But how readily aware are we that such developments can occur? Find out more in a review of the new absurdist comedy, "Probelmista," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    15m 35s
  • Touching New Mexican Comedy-Drama "Tótem"

    12 MAR. 2024 · It’s never easy to face difficult situations, especially when they’re impending and seem inevitable. Indeed, it’s hard enough for us as adults to process and cope with such conditions, but how are children supposed to handle these kinds of situations? Youngsters seldom possess the experience and wisdom needed to deal with their feelings, leaving them unable to address their emotions and outlooks. Find out more in a review of the touching new Mexican comedy-drama, "Tótem," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    14m 19s
  • Oscar-Nominated German Satire, "The Teachers' Lounge"

    27 FEB. 2024 · We’ve all no doubt heard about the proverbial molehill unwittingly being made into a mountain. The inconsequential somehow manages to become overly (and unnecessarily) inflated, taking on undeserved significance. And the result is a chaotic maelstrom characterized by overhyped shrieking and misplaced ridicule, often directed at the wrong parties or the wrong issues. Such scenarios, unfortunately, have become far too commonplace these days. Find out more in a review of the new, Oscar-nominated German satire, "The Teachers' Lounge," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    17m 25s
  • Surrealistic New Romantic Drama "All of Us Strangers"

    13 FEB. 2024 · Love is truly an enigmatic force. When it’s present in our lives, it can move us to indescribable degrees of joy, bliss and fulfillment. But, when it’s absent – particularly when it’s suddenly snatched away from us – it can leave us in the depths of despair, a sense of despondency from which we may often feel we’ll never escape. However, just when all seems lost, it can have a way of sneaking back into our lives, restoring what’s missing and helping us heal. Find out more in a review of the surrealistic new romantic drama, "All of Us Strangers," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    13m 7s
  • Cinema Scribe Reviews American Symphony

    30 ENE. 2024 · The now-famous opening line of the Charles Dickens classic A Tale of Two Cities – “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times” – has become virtually synonymous for describing situations that are simultaneously both joyous yet difficult. In many ways, this is a scenario that seems almost unfathomable, yet many among us have nevertheless experienced such challenging, ironic and contradictory conditions, circumstances that ultimately push us to find the means to survive and to overcome these ordeals. Find out more in a review of the touching new documentary, "American Symphony," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    13m 35s
  • Engaging New Japanese Drama "Monster"

    9 ENE. 2024 · Is it possible to know the real truth behind a particular situation? It’s often been said that, as outside onlookers, we only see a fraction of what’s involved in the unfolding of a specific scenario. And, because of that, we might well piece together an incomplete view of things, based primarily on what we believe about them, given that they shape our perspective and, subsequently, the materialized existence that emerges. Find out more in a review of the engaging new Japanese drama, "Monster," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    13m 28s
  • Outrageously Quirky New Sci-Fi-Comedy-Romance, "Poor Things"

    26 DIC. 2023 · When the circumstances of our lives don’t suit us, it’s time to reinvent ourselves. However, that may be easier said than done in some instances. It’s a process that can be helped along with some assistance, but the root of such transformation still arises from within us. And, thankfully, the hoped-for outcome can result from a variety of approaches, nearly all of which can sprout in their own unique, individualized way, with no inherent restrictions holding them back. Find out more in a review of the outrageously quirky new sci-fi-comedy-romance, "Poor Things," on the next edition of The Cinema Scribe.
    17m 13s

The Cinema Scribe is a bi-weekly show hosted by Author Brent Marchant. Brent will focus on a specific movie each week and use its context for explaining what some call...

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The Cinema Scribe is a bi-weekly show hosted by Author Brent Marchant. Brent will focus on a specific movie each week and use its context for explaining what some call "law of attraction" and what Brent calls "conscious creation". This is a perfect show for those who enjoy going to the movies and learning how to create our realities.
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