Tag Archives: Complex Narrative

Unraveling the Unwritten

Having never been a fan of the graphic novel or comics, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from The Unwritten.  After reading the first two volumes, I was surprisingly impressed. Advertisements

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Who Hops Through Mediums

The storytelling medium of Doctor Who that I found to be the least satisfying was definitely the video game. I probably felt this way because I am not a gamer at all. For me, this medium of storytelling failed in … Continue reading

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Doctor Who overload

After being first introduced to Doctor Who a few short weeks ago, I have now consumed a comic book, a television episode, a radio show and a video game. Yup, Doctor Who overload.

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The Song that Lasts after the Singer is Gone

Mulholland Dr. is an enigma wrapped in a quandary sandwiched in a conundrum, and I am not even talking about the plot. Mulholland Dr. is perhaps the only film where I feel any personal opinions of it are wholly and … Continue reading

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Mullholland Drive : Making Common Sense Out of a Not So Common Movie

After reading Alan Shaw’s detailed and well thought out analysis of Mulholland Dr., along with other credible theories on the Lost On Mulholland Dr. website, I have come to the conclusion and logical interpretation that coincides and is somewhat analogous … Continue reading

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The Mulholland Dream

After re-watching what I view as a leader in narrative complexity, I am still left with many questions about David Lynch’s Mulholland Dr. While I have a basic theory that I have developed from my own viewing experience and perusing the … Continue reading

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My brain after this movie is… silencio

I don’t think I’ve ever had to think so much about a movie before watching Mulholland Dr. My interpretation of it is still pretty vague; watching this movie multiple times seems necessary to catch all the little details for further … Continue reading

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