With every great event comes a highlight moment or situation and for Sundance 2016 that highlight was the record setting deal Fox Searchlight made for Nate Parker’s passion project about revolted slave Nat Turner. Parker directed, wrote, produced, and starred in this indie hit and was lauded for all the above. Since then, it has… Read More What Has Everyone Buzzing About “Birth of a Nation”?
The Screen Actors Guild Award is one of largest and most respected awards and award shows out there behind the Oscars and possibly the Director’s Guild of America, but the SAG got a message I think the rest of Hollywood will be reacting to more rapidly than ever. Harping on the diversity subject doesn’t seem… Read More SAG Awards: Big Winners Could Determine Oscars, Diversity Reigns
The award winning director of Point Break, The Hurt Locker, and Zero Dark Thirty may just have her next project. There is no name for the “true crime drama” but she will be behind the camera as well as producing the film. In the summer of 1967, Detroit was victim to some of the more infamous riots in American… Read More Kathryn Bigelow Set To Direct a Detroit Based Crime Drama
Ah yes, pee jokes, the new fart joke, but funnier if you ask me. Who would have thought that this movie would actually look attractive after being inspired by an overplayed phone game. This looks surprisingly funny and the voice cast seems perfect for their respective parts. It seems like this will be similar to… Read More New Trailer For “Angry Birds” Will Make You Piss Your Pants… Funny Pee Jokes
Anime fans have expressed their distaste for a “whitewashed” version of one of the most popular anime films ever created. While I don’t understand the complaints and concerns, it’s hard to argue against Scarlett Johansson and Disney right? Well… Disney has now shifted the rights to the film to Paramount Studios, but will continue to… Read More Ghost in the Shell: Film Starring Scarlett Johannson Moves From Disney to Paramount
Ridley Scott has always been great at the genre of science-fiction and it was clear when he gave us his first masterpiece Alien back in 1979 and went on to make another sci-fi masterpiece that has since been recognized for its visual mastery and complex storyline, and that is Blade Runner. Harrison Ford will be returning to the… Read More Blade Runner 2: Film Will Begin Shooting in July with a Bolstered Level of Talent
Sadly I have yet to attend the iconic film festival that is Sundance, but with a lot of short reviews thanks to those partaking in the winter festivities I have been energized by what films have come out of the minds of renaissance men and women. Festivals and indie film gatherings are always the grounds… Read More Sundance 2016: The Beauty of Film Festivals Bring Fourth Edgy Film Making