About CineFiles

CineFiles is the mission of one man to waste his time and money watching as many movies as possible, and perhaps, just maybe, make money doing it one day. Reviews on this site are of both current and older movies, and there are also articles dedicated to more in-depth film analysis, box office predictions, and box office bombs, among other things.

Reviews on CineFiles are the opinion of one lone person. I am open to critical debate over film and understand that others will have differing opinions to mine. If you agree/disagree with my reviews, feel free to comment. And, if nothing else, feel free to send me any suggestions of movies that you think I should review.

As always, thanks for reading! And welcome to CineFiles.

 

–Alex Brannan (@TheAlexBrannan)

 

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6 thoughts on “About CineFiles”

  1. Stumbled upon your website my friend and I have to say, you got some quality stuff going here! Keep up the good work Alex.

    I would recommend City of God (2002) and Out of the Furnace (2013) if you have not already seen one or both of them. If you have, I’d be interested in reading your opinions.

    Your pal,
    -AJD

    PS: Consider removing the “wannabe” before writer 😉

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    1. Adam Jefferson Dodge? Well, I’ll be! Thanks for the support. I’ve seen both of those movie, and they’re both great. Particularly City of God, which I finally got around to watching earlier this year. It might be one of my personal favorites.

      Hope you’re doing well.

      —Alex

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  2. Hey Alex, this is Peter from high school. I just found this site of yours! Way cool man. This takes me back to debating films in the couple minutes before Challenge started.

    If you haven’t heard of it, check out Letterboxd.com. I could stay updated on everything you watch and you’d be able to link to your own reviews on this site.

    –Peter

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  3. Thanks for following The immortal Jukebox Alex. I usually post once a week and I hope you will find entertaining music and writing and perhaps make some discoveries. Good luck with your blog. Regards Thom

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