A Small Comedy Impresses in ‘The Big Sick’

The Modern movie-making climate largely revolves around spectacle. With advancements in SFX the ability to generate grander than life visuals to captivate the masses. The Great Train Robbery (Porter, 1903) and a Trip to the Moon (Milies, 1902) are exemplary of how the moving picture has always been about creating some sort of enticement to... Continue Reading →

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It’s Complicated “That Night at the Desca” A Short Script by K.

{So… something a little different this time. I went on small road trip and took the time to try an attempt some script writing. I didn’t preconceive this script at all I just kind of had nothing better to do, thought of a location and started rolling with it. As for screenplay formatting it’s not... Continue Reading →

The Perfect Minions Movie Doesn’t Exi-

The Minions are the beloved mascots of the Illumination Entertainment and a continuing global phenomenon. Introduced in the first Installment of the Despicable Me Franchise had the adorable yellow creature assisting Gru, a Steve Carrell voiced character as he transitions from a treacherous villain to heroic good doer and father figure. The minions started as adorable comic... Continue Reading →

Fist Fight: a Nice Hit or a Slap in the Face

Fist Fight is a modern comedy featuring It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Charlie Day and rapper/actor Ice Cube.  Fist Fight answers the age-old question of instead students laying down on the playground what if your teachers decided to settle their beef out there instead? The stakes this time go beyond having your lunch money... Continue Reading →

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