Imagine for a moment a film full of Oscar-winning actors you love, written by a Pulitzer prize winner whose work you adore, directed by a director with a solid track record, and that pays homage to some of the great mystery stories of all time. Now imagine that it isn’t very good.Continue reading “Review: ‘The Woman in the Window’ pays homage to many other films you should probably watch instead”
Review: ‘Mank’ is a love letter to old Hollywood
The visual language of cinema has changed a lot since the first movies were produced, but one thing they retain is the ability to affect the people. Citizen Kane, widely regarded as one of –if not the– best films of all time, is a thinly veiled look at the life of William Randolph Hearst, and not a kind one.
The authorship of the screenplay of Citizen Kane has been a controversy for decades now. The story was initially conceived of by Welles and Herman Mankiewicz, but who wrote it? Welles? Mankiewicz? I don’t know the answer to this question but Mank, the latest film from David Fincher supposes that Mankiewicz wrote it nearly entirely, and tells the story of that man’s life during the time that he was writing it.
Is that accurate? I don’t know, but it makes for a hell of a story.Continue reading “Review: ‘Mank’ is a love letter to old Hollywood”
‘Mank’ teaser: David Fincher’s new film takes a close look at one of the greatest films ever made
Citizen Kane is widely regarded as one of the best movies ever made, and the story behind that film is the subject of David Fincher’s latest project. Mank follows the life of Herman J. Mankiewicz, Orson Welles co-writer on Citizen Kane, as the project is being written and made.Continue reading “‘Mank’ teaser: David Fincher’s new film takes a close look at one of the greatest films ever made”
‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ Trailer + Posters: This looks fun
Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson in a summer action comedy? Sign me up.
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Review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is the best movie of the summer so far. That’s not as high of praise as it should be, this summer has been rife with disappointment, but it’s high praise none the less. It’s not a perfect movie but whatever missteps it has are all ultimately forgivable given how spot on the rest of the movie is.
Final ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ Trailer: Apes Do Not Want War
_Shit Here Come The Monkeys Again_ and they can’t get here soon enough.
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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Trailer: War Has Begun
There’s a new trailer for
Shit Here Come The Monkeys Again! _Dawn of the Planet of the Apes_ and it’s intense! Let’s watch!
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Robocop International Trailer: Better, But Still Not Good
I’m still of the opinion that Robocop does not need to be remade however this new international trailer makes it look less terrible than the domestic trailers have. Let’s watch!
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Robocop Trailer: This Remake Is A Thing That’s Happening Alright
Ok so this thing is happening and now it has a trailer. Let’s watch and discuss.
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