Film should really be considered by its entire experience, by this I mean first how the film was marketed to you. Did a friend tell you about it or did you see the movie poster and say “I want to see that!” Then there is the how you saw it, did you watch it on your ipad (shame on you if you did) or did you see it in a downtown theater with a leaky roof? And finally there is the film as the core experience of seeing the movie.
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1920, Rochester, a meteor flashes through the sky piercing clouds, killing some innocent people and donating a huge power to other (fortunate?) thirteen ones. A terrible car accident leaves Ian Sparks (Chase Williamson, John Dies at the End) alone, after his parents’ death, and he tries to throw his thoughts into an unending fight against crime, fostered by costume and mask made by his grandmother. Teaming up with Lady Heavenly (Ashley Bell, The Last Exorcism), Ian faces the most savage criminal of the nation: Mantanza (William Katt, The Man from Earth).
Posted April 27th, 2014. Add a comment
Let me first tell you, this film is not for everyone. Certain directors have a fan base that pretty much follow them anywhere. If you’ve seen director Robert Rodriguez‘s other films such as; Planet Terror, Desperado Trilogy, or the original Machete then you will be familiar with Machete kills humor, over-the-top violence, and nods to the “grindhouse” B-films of the 70′s.
Posted October 15th, 2013. Add a comment
Last time we saw Tony Stark/Iron Man (played by Robert Downey, Jr.) was in last year’s The Avengers where he was in New York fighting the evil Loki and space aliens. By his side were the heroes Thor, Hulk, Captain America, Hawkeye, Black Widow, and Nick Fury. Continue Reading…
Posted August 4th, 2013. Add a comment
Every summer as far back as I can remember, there has always been one summer film that stands out above the rest. In 1975 it was Jaws, in 1977 Star Wars, in 1982 E.T., 1993 Jurassic Park and so on. This summer there is one film I believe will be the BIG blockbuster of 2013. That film is Pacific Rim.
Posted August 3rd, 2013. Add a comment
A primitive is sitting near a fire, inspecting and somehow adoring it. When this natural fire extinguishes, the primitive can’t figure out the reason but he gathers all his strengths to find out another source like this. Naoh, Amoukar and Gaw begin a travel as to understand the power of the fire … and the Quest for fire legend begins.
Posted July 27th, 2013. Add a comment
The Summer Blockbuster Train travels onward. We’ve seen some hits and some misses so far, but what could be the biggest film of the summer is now out in theaters! Man of steel has hit theaters and hit it hard. The latest Superman film has already broken box office records and here is my review of Man of steel.
Posted June 21st, 2013. Add a comment
I have always loved UK films. There is just something about them that just makes film watching so enjoyable. On a dark night in Brixton, in the UK, a young nurse, Sam (played by Jodie Whittaker), is on her way home.
Posted April 20th, 2013. Add a comment
When it comes to Directors, most people think of the “big boys” like Spielberg, Lucas, Cameron, Scorsese and Eastwood, but the younger generation has their fair share of great Directors as well; Kevin Smith, Robert Rodriguez, Bryan Singer, and of course, Quentin Tarantino.
Posted January 3rd, 2013. Add a comment
There have been many film franchises that have come and gone. Some of these franchises have continued to entertain us for many years, but none have lasted as long as James Bond! One of the most iconic film characters of all time. This has been the longest continually running film franchise of all time and 2nd (behind the Harry Potter series) to make the most money at the box-office.