Capricorn Science introduces a new adventure. Movie and television series reviews.
Movies and Television Series
Capricorn Science, a lifestyle magazine, has existed for three years. It’s been an adventure in discovery and true pleasure. Starting out we had no idea what we were doing or how to do it but we did know why. We wanted to connect and share what we see through a different set of eyes, another kind of lens. In a world where everything appears to have been said and done, finding nooks in the cracks became our quest. We are pleased with our adventure.
We have traveled in time, discovered new and fascinating forms of product distribution, great recipes, nutritional fixes, silly jokes, and political satire, we’ve conversed with artificial intelligence and simply engaged in awesome stuff we happen to bump into.
We relentlessly endeavor the propagation of art through the choices we make with our visuals. We spend countless hours screening and thinking about the images we include in our posts. The element of thoughtless surprise is part of our equation but balance, beauty, and good taste rule the day.
The year 2022 was slow-flow for us in offering new material since we have been elsewhere engaged in writing a book inspired entirely by this wonderful blog. (pardon my lack of modesty.)
Cinematography has fascinated me since I was a child. I’ve always described myself as a visual glutton which brings us to introduce this new subject category that will review this art form: Cinematography Reviews. We hope you enjoy it.
We’ve developed a format for reviewing the movies/tv shows we want to try out. It will offer insights into the components of the movie. Sort of an overall checklist with in-depth comments to follow. Here’s a sample.
Would you watch it again? Why?:
Skip this one. Why
These reviews cannot be objective or impartial since they are born on my opinion of them. There are many movies with awful reviews which I love. Come join the adventure and please share your thoughts. A good example of good/bad reviews is “Princess Bride” which everyone loves and I just don’t see it. I even bought a copy of the movie to view it again and again in my desire to join its admiration club. Never happened. It falls flat for me. That is not a reflection on the movie or this viewer. It is how we engage. This is why I love art so very much. It’s never boring. Always challenging and tickles our souls.
Thank you for reading.
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