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Sonny Bunch is an American writer, editor, and journalist. He is best known for his interest and work in the film genre. As of 2019, Bunch is the Editor-in-Chief of Cinestate's Rebeller website and regularly contributes to the Washington Post.
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The Outpost
An Untold Story of American Valor
Jake Tapper - 2013-10-22 (first published in 2012)
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The basis of the film starring Orlando Bloom and Scott Eastwood, The Outpost is the heartbreaking and inspiring story of one of America's deadliest battles during the war in Afghanistan, acclaimed by critics everywhere as a classic. At 5:58 AM on October 3rd, 2009, Combat Outpost Keating, located in frighteningly vulnerable terrain in Afghanistan j...
Sonny Bunch
2021-08-26T16:16:43.000Z
And it was also a good excuse to revisit Jake’s book, which is by turns heartbreaking and mildly infuriating. If you haven’t read it, you really should.      source
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The Nolan Variations
The Movies, Mysteries, and Marvels of Christopher Nolan
Tom Shone - 2020-11-03
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An in-depth look at Christopher Nolan, considered to be the most profound, commercially successful director at work today, written with his full cooperation. A rare, revelatory portrait, as close as you're ever going to get to the Escher drawing that is Christopher Nolan's remarkable brain (Sam Mendes). In chapters structured by themes and motifs (...
Sonny Bunch
2021-03-18T16:06:12.000Z
@Tom_Shone If you haven’t read Tom’s book, I strongly recommend it. It’s a combination of reportage and criticism, the backbone of which is a series of interviews with Nolan himself. And it looks GREAT, with tons of full-color pics. A must-read for Nolan fans.      source
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Sriram Krishnan
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Infinite Jest
David Foster Wallace - 2006-11-13 (first published in 1996)
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Infinite Jest is the name of a movie said to be so entertaining that anyone who watches it loses all desire to do anything but watch. People die happily, viewing it in endless repetition. The novel Infinite Jest is the story of this addictive entertainment, and in particular how it affects a Boston halfway house for recovering addicts and a nearby ...
Sonny Bunch
2021-01-04T19:09:46.000Z
@mayersteach Good book! (Took me literally six months to read, but: good book!)      source
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Christopher Harris
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Feeding the Dragon
Inside the Trillion Dollar Dilemma Facing Hollywood, the NBA, & American Business
Chris Fenton - 2020-07-28
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As seen on Fox News's Tucker Carlson Tonight!  A deeply revealing memoir of big wins and hard lessons from a seasoned executive caught smack in the middle of the trillion-dollar soft power struggle pitting China against Hollywood, the NBA, and American business.“Paced like a thriller, with comparable doses of international intrigue and conflict, Ch...
Sonny Bunch
2020-09-17T20:55:10.000Z
And if you like the podcast makes sure to check out Chris’s book. He’s a bit more dovish on China than I am—I’m more skeptical of soft power now than I ever have been, sadly—but it’s a great on-the-ground view of China/Hollywood relations.      source
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Best. Movie. Year. Ever.
How 1999 Blew Up the Big Screen
Brian Raftery - 2020-03-31 (first published in 2019)
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From a veteran culture writer and modern movie expert, a celebration and analysis of the movies of 1999a terrifically fun snapshot of American film culture on the brink of the Millennium.An absolute must for any movie-lover or pop-culture nut (Gillian Flynn).In 1999, Hollywood as we know it exploded: Fight Club. The Matrix. Office Space. Election. ...
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