Right from it's thunderous opening and its majestic title sequence (Preformed wonderfully by Adele), I could tell that this was an evolved James Bond, I was in for a treat of a film that could be an easy contender for best film of the year, for me at least.…
I want to point out that I try to avoid things we have spoken about on our previous podcasts because I'm not a fan of rehashing. Seriously, just listen to our podcasts before asking what I think about this or that title. We do those for you, not ourselves.
Manga you should be checking out if you haven't yet…
Easy Money is a Chinese remake of The Thomas Crown Affair only swap the genders and put Michelle Yeoh in the lead role.
The Thomas Crown Affair was an intriguing film when it first came out in 1968. I would hardly call it a great film, but it is interesting and was certainly a fresh idea. Personally I think it was a slightly better film…
Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) is down on her luck and down on cash, so she takes a job as a bounty hunter. Her first case it taking in an old bedmate, Police Officer Joe Morelli (Jason O'Mara). But in her search for Morelli, she finds herself getting wrapped too deeply into a very dangerous situation and she needs to find a way out.
I think what I find charming about this movie is how incredibly basic it is.…
Summer is coming fast so i thought i might list down a few films coming out this summer. Quite a good selection for every genre filled with sequels upon sequels and comic book adaptations and only one big orginal movie.
Here’s the question of the day: Would YOU pay $20 per ticket to see a movie?
If you live in New York and want to see the newest Shrek film in 3D on an IMAX screen, you’ll have to make up your mind really quick, because that’s the price tag according to an article in The Wall Street Journal.
Now, as most of you already know, these ticket price hikes are… Continue
Repo Man may be one of the biggest disgraces to cinema in recent memory. Not because the movie was terrible(even though it was really bad) but rather because Hollywood has become anonymous with copying other movies to the point of obsession. Mainstream Hollywood does not have one creative bone in their body. They will continue to produce the same crap because us as consumers keep buying into it. Besides the few very creative and original minds in hollywood(Tarintino, Reitman, Cameron, Scorcese)… Continue
Added by zware on March 23, 2010 at 3:24pm —
WARNING: WALL OF TEXT! Do not read the following if you cannot stand reading long articles of any sort. Consider this your only warning!
An on-going discussion I’ve been having in and out of the theatre is a way to reform the box office so that it is more… I guess the correct term is “socialist,” but I’m not sure if I’m using it in the correct context. Anyway, the debate I found…
First, you need a guiding interest. What is your convention about? This will determine who you will be asking for sponsorship (money), targeting, and what you will be spending a lot of your time organizing around. In many ways this is like writing a research paper. If the topic does not interest you beyond the realm of mortal pleasure, stop now.
The guiding interest is somewhat separate from your goal, but it is closely linked. You've just decided you want to get a whole bunch of… Continue
Added by Laconic on March 9, 2010 at 11:30am —
Deciding that you are going to make a indy film is no small task. First, you need content. I would say script, but there are documentaries that usually claim they are just "looking of the truth". Apart from random content, you need a damn good script. Most likely, you don't. Here is my one rule of writing: Rule #1 Write and revise internally before externally.
You can't know what your vision is if you are constantly co-opting other people's points of… Continue
Okay, I've been seeing this a lot on the site lately, and it finally got to the point where I had to say something, even if it is just to get it out of my head.
To everyone who does not want this movie remade or that TV series made into a movie, I have some news for you: the studios DON'T GIVE A FLYING FUCK WHAT YOU THINK!! They are going to do what they always do, and that is make money, and they do that by recycling old shit and putting it on the big screen.