Considering The Last Dance: Its Achievements, Its Enigmas, and Its Frustrations — Take the Field Podcast

Are we owed an explanation for the docuseries’s silences? And can we find meaning and value in our experience of The Last Dance even if those explanations never come?

Considering The Last Dance: Its Achievements, Its Enigmas, and Its Frustrations — Take the Field Podcast

The Marvel Cinematic Universe and Its Impact on Cinema —

(Make sure to go unto YouTube and give this video a like, leave a comment and subscribe to Andy’s channel) The Marvel Cinematic Universe, The MCU, is home to the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy and trademark cameos by Marvel Comic Co-founder Stan Lee. The MCU is produced by Marvel Studios, now under […]

The Marvel Cinematic Universe and Its Impact on Cinema —

R.I.P. Lynn Shelton — Thelma and Alice

Director Lynn Shelton died on Saturday and it hit home for me, for a lot of reasons. First: I liked her movies, and reviewed two of them on this blog: Sword of Trust and Outside In. They were mellow, lived-in, gentle, kind, and deeply humane. Her characters felt real and her stories always had an interesting […]

R.I.P. Lynn Shelton — Thelma and Alice

Wes Craven’s ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ vs. Samuel Bayer’s ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ [Revenge of the Remakes] — Bloody Disgusting!

Welcome to ‘Revenge of the Remakes,‘ where columnist Matt Donato takes us on a journey through the world of horror remakes. We all complain about Hollywood’s lack of originality whenever studios announce new remakes, reboots, and reimaginings, but the reality? Far more positive examples of refurbished classics and updated legacies exist than you’re willing to remember […]

Wes Craven’s ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ vs. Samuel Bayer’s ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ [Revenge of the Remakes] — Bloody Disgusting!

Peter Pan Review — Quarantine Disney Film Reviews with Team Lukiana

Think of a wonderful thought; any merry little thought! With my amazing psychic powers, I’m intuiting that you surely thought of the Disney classic, Peter Pan! That’s right – after looking at some somewhat newer films recently, the 14th film of our Disney Animation watching journey was coincidentally the 14th film released by Disney about […]

Peter Pan Review — Quarantine Disney Film Reviews with Team Lukiana

From the web: “Michel Piccoli, Star of French Stage and Screen, Dies at 94” — Paul Sedra

A storied actor, he starred opposite Brigitte Bardot and Catherine Deneuve and worked with many of the giants of European filmmaking. from Pocket https://ift.tt/2X6xfFv via IFTTT

From the web: “Michel Piccoli, Star of French Stage and Screen, Dies at 94” — Paul Sedra

My 500WOL Review of Back to the Future — Coffee and a Script

Sidenote: 500WOL means 500 Words or Less, something I’m attempting to do in order to cut down on my word counts when I’m reviewing a movie, saving those elongated essays for when I have to deep dive into something the film does. I don’t have a list of perfect films. I don’t have a […]

My 500WOL Review of Back to the Future — Coffee and a Script

Great Years of Cinema: 2007 — Jordan and Eddie (The Movie Guys)

List compiled by Eddie on 22/05/2020 Now well over a decade ago (how time flies!), 2007 delivered one of the best years of cinema for film fans all over the world. Filled with an eclectic and well-regarded batch of films of all shapes and sizes, 2007 remains to this day one of the great year’s […]

Great Years of Cinema: 2007 — Jordan and Eddie (The Movie Guys)

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back! — Star Wars Thoughts

40 years ago today, Star Wars was forever changed. The highly-anticipated sequel to the first film was released on May 21, 1980, entitled The Empire Strikes Back. It wasn’t the most well-received at the time by some fans, but it has grown to be the gold standard of Star Wars films and probably the one […]

Celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back! — Star Wars Thoughts