Amazon Studios has been making some interesting films trying to be both a commercial success and at the same time have films that will contend for awards. In the past couple of years we have seen films like Manchester By The Sea, Lost City of Z and The Big Sick. This year alone they have You Were Never Really Here, Gringo and The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. Continue reading “‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get far on Foot’ Trailer: Gus Van Sant’s assembles a great cast with a tremendous story”
Guillermo Del Toro has had a pretty good 2017 with his film The Shape of Water is at the center of the awards season conversation. It will probably get more and more discussion when the Oscars and guilds come closer. Del Toro always has his hands in different projects whether its producing, directing or writing. Now its seems he’s found a great partner in Fox Searchlight and he will continue that relationship. Continue reading “Guillermo Del Toro to direct ‘Nightmare Alley’ Remake & Produce Scott Cooper’s ‘Antlers for Fox Searchlight”
Seth Rogen isn’t someone you would see getting out of his comedic bubble and why would he? He’s done great work in films like Pineapple Express, Funny People, 40-Year-Old Virgin, This is The End and Bad Neighbours. He’s been doing funny comedies but along the way, he’s started to develop things with Evan Goldberg such as Sausage Party, The Disaster Artist, Future Man, and Preacher. But he has dipped his toes in dramatic roles by having prominent roles in 50/50, Take This Waltz and Steve Jobs. It seems that he will be adding to his dramatic portfolio soon enough. Continue reading “Seth Rogen to star as Walter Cronkite in JFK assassination Drama ‘Newsflash’”
If you think about what the MCU has been building towards its kind of amazing. It’s been 18 films in the making towards the culminating villain, Thanos. The villain that makes the Avengers realize that they have met their ultimate match. Someone who will actually push them and probably beat them. This trailer showcases exactly what they are facing. Marvel has released the first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. Continue reading “‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Trailer: The Avengers Will Fight to Protect the Stones”
I’m not sure if ‘atmospheric art’ is actually a real term but let’s call it that. Here’s what I think it is:
It’s not just a book, it’s not just a song, it’s not just a film; it is a transcending feeling. And that feeling happens because the art, whatever it is, changes the atmosphere I’m in.
Some art doesn’t just exist independently as what it is but its energy leaks out into the room, onto the people.
I guess you could say that all art is just that. But I don’t think it’s that common. At least not for me. It’s pretty special when something I experience really changes the air around me and that feeling walks with me for a while.
Let me be more specific.
There’s this movie I watched last year called In the Mood for Love. First of all it’s a brilliant movie and the…
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Past this trilogy, the future of Star Wars has been a bit up in the air. It wasn’t ever known whether the future trilogy would continue the story of the Skywalker saga. The first three Star War trilogies have centered around the Skywalkers so it would be understandable if that were to continue. But fear not cause here is Rian Johnson. Continue reading “Rian Johnson to usher Star Wars into a new era by developing a new Trilogy”
TIFF was full of films attempting to position themselves as a major awards contenders from different studios. But Fox Searchlight is attempting to position themselves with two major films. One being The Shape of Water and the other is Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. The latter being the film we will talk about today. Continue reading “‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Review: A fantastic Dark Comedy with tremendous performances”