Mr. Rogers played an integral role in allowing the average person to watch movies at home, technology that may have been banned if not him.
In honor of its DVD release, I have ranked the three titles Edge of Tomorrow test drove during the course of its production and marketing.
Lord of the Rings. Harry Potter. Hunger Games. A thousand others. Franchises first nurtured via the printed word, drawing in millions of readers and their vivid, and varied, imaginations before inevitably being translated to moving pictures and giving voice to said millions of readers who then shout in unison: “That’s
In 2004, Lord of the Rings: Return of the King achieved a near-unprecedented sweep of the Oscars. Nominated for 11 Academy Awards, it won all 11, including Best Visual Effects, Best Costume Design, Best Adapted Screenplay (Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, & Peter Jackson), Best Director (Jackson), and the Big One
I don’t know about you, but when I discover that a certain celebrity is open to some good-natured ribbing from his contemporaries (or peons like me, for that matter), my opinion of that particular person ticks up a point or two. Americans love success but they don’t love success entrenching
Picture this: a movie is made as an adaptation of a video game created for the Amiga system (that’s right – the Amiga system!); its executive producer is Uwe Boll; its two directors have exactly zero English-speaking directing credits between them, and have instead spent the bulk of their career
Oh, found footage, how you vex me. Are you horror’s salvation? Or its bane? Depends on who you talk to, I suppose. Or rather, what movie you’re watching. Ever since early FF mainstays like Cannibal Holocaust and The Blair Witch Project turned heads, classic found footage selections that sought to put
It was inevitable. The embarrassingly shameless moneymaking idea that every single studio has almost certainly come up with (and then immediately discarded amid nervous boardroom laughter) since DVD technology conquered the market 20 years ago has found a home in Paramount, poised to mollify and enrage eagle-eyed Trekkers nationwide September
You best clear tonight’s schedule, because the Video Hate Squad will be making their first ever appearance at Alamo Drafthouse Littleton at 10 p.m. tonight with a little selection called The Killing of Satan.
Stand Up Guys is an entertaining ride, but by no means perfect. The script is a bit wobbly, with several wonderful stretches of dialogue counteracted by several leaden lines that awkwardly trip up the flow of a few scenes. Keep reading to check out our review.