Now fair reader, our haunting hour draws on apace. Four spooky weeks bring in another moon: but, O methinks, how slow this old moon wanes! She lingers my desires, like to a stepdame or a dowager long withering out a young man’s revenue. What irks thee so, that thou shalt contort thy face in such … Continue reading A Coming-Of-Age Movie to put you in the Halloween Spirit. ‘Boys in the Trees’ (Review)
Given a Rotten Tomato score of 28%, I don't find it to controversial to say I don't recommend this movie as a critic. Despite finding that the Guy Ritchie version of the legend of King Arthur, to overall be a failure it is a very interesting mess. The film stars Charlie Hunnam who is our … Continue reading Why You Don’t Want to Pull Out ‘King Arthur: Legend of The Sword’ From Your Local Redbox?
Hi everybody, K here. Thanks for stopping by, as I’ve been adjusting to a new schedule I haven’t been posting as much. That said, I’ve seen some pretty interesting things of late and can’t wait to share some of my thoughts or create content on them. I don’t really do this because I consider myself … Continue reading What to Review Next? Amazing Followers Help Me Please.
One possible adaption that can be brought to the silver screen, with a good chance of successful would be the Erin Hunter Warriors series. The fantasy childrens’ novels are considered a high concept; Patrick Frater of Variety neatly sums it up into “a series of books about four clans of warring feral cats”. Not only … Continue reading The Quick Pitch: What I Would Adapt Into A Film Franchise?
The world is but one image too large to capture within a single frame. It’s color, it’s vibrancy, it’s beauty; the goal of a cinematographer is to capture the essence of the world’s glorious views. The Italian Cinematographer Vittorio Storaro, understood the world around us is not only beautiful but tells a beautiful story of … Continue reading The Master of Color: Vittorio Storaro
The Emoji Movie is being decreed as a sign of the end of times, a movie that marks almost everything wrong with modern cinema. While The Emoji Movie is the epitome of a film “no one really wanted” and while I intend on avoiding this movie like the plague, it makes sense to me. Like it or not … Continue reading 3 Ideas Worse Than ‘The Emoji Movie’
A film comes together similar to a main dish, a mix of ingredients following a recipe established by the kitchen. For a film, that kitchen that controls the ingredients and creates the recipes that distinguished the dish from another kitchen is the production studio. Classic Hollywood's Big Five studios ( Warner Bros., Paramount, Universal, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, … Continue reading Remember the Classics: Paramount Serves its Perfect Dish in ‘Duck Soup’