Posts Tagged ‘ film ’

The Last Airbender: Well-Deserved Razzie Winner

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March 5, 2011
The Last Airbender: Well-Deserved Razzie Winner

I should start this off by confessing that M. Night Shyamalan fascinates me, and that I have seen every one of the features he’s directed from 1999’s The Sixth Sense on. It’s not that I think he’s a good director, it’s that he seems to almost intentionally be getting worse and worse as he...
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Movie Poster of the Week: ‘From Paris With Love’

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March 4, 2011
Movie Poster of the Week: ‘From Paris With Love’

From Paris With Love does not look like it would be any good going by the poster. It contains a few flaws when inspecting it more closely. Rhys Meyers is looking as if he’s going at the leisurely pace of a turtle on death row on his side of the car. Travolta on the...
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Competition for ‘The Bourne Legacy’ Heats Up

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March 3, 2011
Competition for ‘The Bourne Legacy’ Heats Up

There is often fierce competition within tinsel town between young actors for perceived high-profile roles. Spider Man (2002), Jack the Giant Killer and Captain America, are certainly among those roles. The last two are still in pre and post production. Of course, stiff competition for such roles is in no way uncommon, but it...
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127 Hours: A Review

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March 1, 2011
127 Hours: A Review

127 Hours, USA, 2010 Written and directed by Danny Boyle Based on the autobiography Between a Rock and a Hard Place, written by Danny Boyle with Simon Beaufoy Great film can transcend its subject matter. In many ways, that’s what most filmmakers set out to do. Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours does more than tells...
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What Does The Future Hold For The Motion Picture Industry?

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January 19, 2011
What Does The Future Hold For The Motion Picture Industry?

Sometimes, in order to make accurate predictions and judgments about the future, we need to look back at the past. This is not only true for a business operating within any given industry, but also for ourselves. Our personal forecasts, just like in business, are often responsible for the actions we execute and the...
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Ridley Scott to Direct the ‘Alien’ Prequel ‘Prometheus’

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January 15, 2011
Ridley Scott to Direct the ‘Alien’ Prequel ‘Prometheus’

20th Century Fox announced that ‘Prometheus’ is in the pipeline and will star Swedish award winning actress Noomi Rapace. The Alien prequel is slated for a March 9th, 2012 release. Ridley Scott will direct the sci-fi epic. According to Deadline, what began as a concept for a prequel to Alien has morphed into something...
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