The Best of Opus

A sampling of Opus’ finest content from throughout the years, hand-picked for your entertainment, education, and edification.

Serenity, Joss Whedon

Serenity by Joss Whedon (Review)

But when all is said and done, there’s a sweet sense of vindication throughout the movie.
Serenity, Joss Whedon

Concert Review: The Arcade Fire & Kite Pilot (November 29, 2004, Omaha, NE)

Join The Dots, The Cure

Join The Dots: B-Sides & Rarities, 1978-2001 by The Cure (Review)

A microcosm of The Cure’s entire career, highlighting nearly every rise and fall, every stylistic direction, every bold experiment, and every failure the band has ever had.
Whisper of the Heart

Whisper of the Heart by Yoshifumi Kondō (Review)

I was excited to watch Whisper of the Heart, but I found it far more rewarding and relevant than I thought possible.
Children of Nature

Children of Nature by Friðrik Þór Friðriksson (Review)

A lyrical film about death, nostalgia, and the importance of honoring the wishes of those whose years are near their end.
Battle Royale

Battle Royale by Kinji Fukasaku (Review)

I was shocked by the film’s premise, violence, and implications. Most shocking of all, I found myself deeply moved by the characters and their tragic situation.
The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads

The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads by Lift To Experience (Review)

It’s this dichotomy between the worldliness and the spirituality in their songs that makes Lift To Experience’s music so interesting to me.

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