Hamilton (2020) — The Hunt for Film

IMPRESSIVE THEATRICS, MUSICAL GENIUS, AND GOOD ENOUGH FILMMAKING. The life of one of America’s founding fathers and first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. THE MUSICAL This was the first time I’d seen Hamilton in any capacity, filmed or otherwise, and all of my expectations from the hype surrounding this phenomenon were met. The characterizations […]

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Whiplash: A Breathtaking Tale That Hits All the Right Notes — marvelousmrmitchell

During the final months of 2019, there were numerous film lists that were being released to honour the best artistic achievements of the past decade. This included musical achievements, television programming, and even the best of the best in terms of literature. However, the written pieces that truly caught my attention were the odes to […]

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FILMMAKING 101: Ten Essential Lessons for the Noob Filmmaker (Film School Online 101 Series Book 1) — DIGI WORLD BLOG

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details) [ad_1] If you’ve ever toyed with the idea of becoming a filmmaker but never acted on it, this primer for filmmaking will get you started in the right direction. Here is an overview of the key areas of filmmaking: screenwriting, directing, cinematography, sound, editing, and producing. Plus, a look […]

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REVIEW: Three Men and a Baby (1987) —

Three bachelors live together in a lavish New York apartment. While actor Jack Holden (Ted Danson) is shooting a film in Turkey, his baby Mary is left on the doorstep and flatmates Peter Mitchell (Tom Selleck) and Michael Kellam (Steve Guttenberg) are left to take care of her until his return. Nothing dates like a […]

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REVIEW: Shadows and Fog (1991) —

Kleinman (Woody Allen) is forcibly woken in the middle of the night by an angry mob, demanding he join them in tracking down a serial killer. Meanwhile the sword-swallower (Mia Farrow) at a local circus leaves her unfaithful clown boyfriend (John Malkovich) and finds herself lost in the back streets at night. Woody Allen’s 1991 […]

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REVIEW: Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) —

Lars Ericksson (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit Ericksdóttir (Rachel McAdams) are aspiring musicians in an Icelandic fishing community with one dream: to represent their country at the Eurovision Song Contest. When an unexpected accident takes out all of the other candidates, their once-in-a-lifetime chance arrives. Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga is a new comedy […]

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REVIEW: Planet of the Vampires (1965) —

A mysterious signal leads two exploratory space vehicles to the fog-covered planet of Aura. While attempting to land one ship crashes with the loss of all hands, while the crew of the other start attacking one another while under some strange alien influence. When the surviving crew go to collect the bodies of the dead, […]

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REVIEW: Evolution (2001) —

When a meteor hits the Earth near Glen Canyon, Arizona, it unleashes a rapidly changing alien menace – and only two community college professors, a government scientist, and a trainee firefighter stand in the way of humanity’s total annihilation. It is not difficult to see why Evolution exists. A science fiction comedy in which scientists battle an […]

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REVIEW: The Assassin (2015) —

Yinniang (Shu Qi) was taken from her home at the age of ten and trained to become a master assassin. Now an adult, she fails to undertake her latest mission when she sees her target cradling his infant son. As penance she is ordered to the distant province of Weibo to kill its chief minister […]

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REVIEW: The Elephant Man (1980) —

In 1884 London the physician Frederick Treves (Anthony Hopkins) meets John Merrick (John Hurt), a severely deformed and apparently non-verbal young man living in a carnival show. Taking Merrick in to the hospital where we works, Treves starts on what he thinks will be a career-defining achievement – but which instead transforms into a once-in-a-lifetime […]

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