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Jon James Miller

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Jon James Miller has always been passionate about literature and film and pursued a career in the latter at Ithaca College in upstate New York, earning a degree in cinematography. He moved to Los Angeles in 1997 and worked as a muffin delivery boy to get onto movie studio lots. Jon eventually found work as a researcher and segment producer on cable documentaries for A&E, Lifetime Intimate Portraits and The History Channel. If you look closely, you can see him as a bit player in numerous reenactments. And, like everyone else in L.A., Jon wrote screenplays in his spare time.

In 2008, Jon won Grand Prize of the AAA Screenplay Contest sponsored by Creative Screenwriting Magazine for Garbo’s Last Stand. The World War II set mystery inspired

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Blade Runner 2049 was by far the best movie-going experience I have had in a long time. So much so that I’m going to the theater again this weekend to watch it on the big screen before it disappears. By no means a box office bomb, BR2049 was unable to excite the all-important 25 – 34 age demo Warner Bros. was hoping would show up.

But you know what? I don’t care. Because the film s...

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