Tag: The AFI 100

On Peter Bogdanovich’s The Last Picture Show (1971)

by Jennifer Valencia When I embarked on watching and reviewing all of the AFI’s top 100 films, I was excited at the prospect of seeing a lot of the American films that I had not yet seen. It was the perfect excuse to get myself reacquainted with classics of American

On Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing.

by Jennifer Valencia Do The Right Thing is almost 25 years old. Through analysis of social problem in film, racism, film style, and classical narrative, critics keep exposing new views on it to this day. It was a seminal film approaching race relations and racism in its time and continues

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