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Deconstructing Cinema

American History X

In part 64 of Deconstructing Cinema, Peter ‘enjoys’ a family meal that turns sour in American History X, exploring the burning hatred that fuels one man’s racism. More…

American History X
Vanilla Sky

In Part 82 of Deconstructing Cinema, Patrick finds out that it’s better to live in the real world than in a dream as he looks at the final scene in Cameron Crowe’s remake of Vanilla Sky. More…

Vanilla Sky
The Matrix

In part 13 of Deconstructing Cinema, Jonahh looks at the scene from The Matrix where Morpheus offers Neo a choice. Would you take the blue pill – or the red one? More…

The Matrix
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

In part 53 of Deconstructing Cinema we look at scene about personal identity and selective memory erasure in Michel Gondry’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. More…

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Back To The Future

In Part 42 of Deconstructing Cinema, Jack takes us Back To The Future with a look at a scene as he explores how we change history all the time by just talking about it. More…

Back To The Future
Enemy Of The State

Part 70 of Deconstructing Cinema sees Patrick looking at a scene from the 1998 film Enemy Of The State and discussing legislation which strips away at our civil liberties. More…

Enemy Of The State
Natural Born Killers

In part 80 of Deconstructing Cinema, there’s only one question we need to ask when it comes to Oliver Stone’s controversial Natural Born Killers: Is this film any better than the media it’s out to criticise? More…

Natural Born Killers
Wall Street

In Part 36 of Deconstructing Cinema, Patrick takes a look at whether or not “greed is good” with a scene from Oliver Stone’s 80’s defining film, Wall Street. More…

Wall Street
The Abyss (Special Edition)

In part 79 of Deconstructing Cinema we take a look at the climactic scene in James Cameron’s The Abyss as we discuss the certainties of extraterrestrial life and the so-called ‘Prime Directive’. More…

The Abyss (Special Edition)
Titanic

Titanic was called ‘the ship of dreams’ and it was. In part 15 of Deconstructing Cinema we take you back to the unsinkable ship and its infamous sinking. More…

Titanic
Blade Runner

What does being human mean? As 2019 approaches, we look to Blade Runner for this week’s Deconstructing Cinema to explore the deeper implications in Roy’s death. More…

Blade Runner
2001: A Space Odyssey

In part 58 of Deconstructing Cinema, Jonahh takes on Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 seminal sci-fi epic and finds it may have something to say about the world of the early 21st century. More…

2001: A Space Odyssey
A.I. Artificial Intelligence

Paul Bullock takes us into the future for part 68 in Deconstructing Cinema with a scene from Steven Spielberg’s A.I. Artificial Intelligence as he tells us what humanity is. More…

A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Cloverfield

Pete Turner brings us part 51 in Deconstructing Cinema with the beheading of the Statue of Liberty in Cloverfield and its relation to the events of September 11th, 2001. More…

Cloverfield
Children Of Men

Deconstructing Cinema #28 takes us to London in the year 2027 where Jack tells us why this scene from Children of Men makes it the scariest of all post-apocalyptic films. More…

Children Of Men

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