Tag Archives: Rosario Dawson

March 10

Top Five – Chris Rock finding his stride and hitting the mark. (Film Review)

Top Five is a mish-mash of a Linklater-styled, black culture Before Sunrise set in New York and a schmaltzy rom-com playing by all the hack rules. I have yet to see a film where people wander around a city at night, alone or with a sig-oth that fails – it has to be one of […]

April 19

Trance – Danny Boyle and the philosophy of memory and identity. (film review)

It should be no surprise that given the importance of it on the psyche and formation of identity that philosophers and scientists have been discussing memory for as long as philosophy (and biology) have existed. These days, memory is broken down into three components in an attempt to better understand it. These are: habit memory, personal memory and factual […]