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Brandon Mata

Brandon doesn't believe in narrative modes.  I grew up in Flint, Michigan.  He is the son of Flint writer Brenda Brissette Mata, and a musical father who doubles as a spy. So, no name. As well as enjoying film, I've had the pleasure of working in film and television for some time. Brandon divides his attention between workin and writin' about the movin' pictures and playing music, and berating his siblings; twin sister Brent, and younger sister Bryce. I've attended college on and off for years.  This is either because I'm majoring in a medical profession or because of the odd nomadic nature of the jobs that I've done.  Music has taken me all across America, playing for a variety of venues and styles of song.  Film and Television has done the same, except when you  hit a camera with a drum stick you're going to be fired.   That would never happen to Brandon though.   He plays the saxophone.
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(500) Day’s of Spidey – The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man is back, with a fresh new cast, and some new takes on the characters. Although the film was eagerly and almost boastfully advertised as Spider-Man's “untold” story, there ain’t much new to the lore. If you’re familiar with the Spider-Man mythos (and nerd or not, I can’t imagine you aren’t) then you’ll know the story; Peter’s a dork, Peter is bit by a radioactive spider ( genetically enhanced this time around) Peter develops spider sense, wall crawlin’ capabilities, and the girl...after his Uncle Ben is offed and inspires him to do some good.

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