Artists can’t always control who likes or enjoys their work. But that doesn’t mean they have to just sit back and let people who they politically abhor co-opt their beloved characters and universes willy-nilly, either, something Parks And Recreation and The Good Place creator Michael Schur made abundantly clear…Read more...
As reported by Deadline, Sasheer Zamata is set to star in So Close, an NBC comedy pilot from Life In Pieces writer Greg Malins. The pilot will also star Sean Kleier from Odd Mom Out, with him and Zamata playing two “hopeless romantics” who don’t know each other even though they’re destined to fall in love and “live…Read more...
As many an initially ironic Olympics watcher has learned over the years, curling is a surprisingly fascinating sport to get sucked into, full of precision shots, opponent-crushing hits, and brooms. (There are a lot of brooms.) It’s enough to give the oddball sport its own passionate fanbase, something actress Kirstie…Read more...
NECA celebrates the darker corners of cinema with collectibles inspired by It, Alien, Predator, Pan's Labyrinth and superheroes. The post Toy Fair 2018: NECA Scares Up It, Alien, Predator, Del Toro and More appeared first on CBR.
As his time on The Walking Dead nears its end, a longtime cast member confirmed he auditioned for both Spider-Man and Han Solo. The post Major Walking Dead Star Auditioned for Spider-Man, Solo appeared first on CBR.
Christmas is a time for the familiar. For turkey and Criterion Collection films as presents. It’s also a time for reflection and seasonal viewings of When Harry Met Sally… and One Fine Day. Two films I’ve watched over and over and … Continue reading →
The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) Directed by Julius Onah Starring: Daniel Brühl, Elizabeth Debicki, Aksel Hennie, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Chris O’Dowd, John Ortiz, David Oyelowo, Zhang Ziyi Plot Synopsis: (via Wikipedia) The film follows an international group of astronauts aboard a space station who, after using a particle accelerator to try to solve Earth’s energy […]
Black Panther (2018) Directed by Ryan Coogler Based on Black Panther by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Andy Serkis Plot Synopsis: (via Wikipedia) In Black Panther, T’Challa returns home as king […]
Kikkan Randall and Jessie Diggins made history during the women's cross country skiing today during the team sprint freestyle race at the Pyeongchang Games, winning the first gold medal in the sport since 1976 when Bill Koch took home the silver. Randall and Diggins were ecstatic for the win but commentator Chad Salmela seemed to be more excited. In fac […]
Students in Miami, Chicago, Iowa, Maryland and Washington D.C. walked out of class one day after the Florida state legislature refused to even debate a bill banning assault weapons and large capacity ammunition magazines. On Wednesday, ABC late-night host Jimmy Kimmel commended the high schoolers who have been tearing up the news cycle since a gunman murdere […]
As the #MeToo and Time’s Up movement still remains at the forefront in Hollywood, How to Get Away with Murder actress Karla Souza has come forward with sexual assault allegations in an interview during an appearance on CNN Espanol. She did not name the alleged Mexican producer-director that allegedly assaulted her earlier in her career, but soon after the in […]
This review is of a film that, like Hollow Man, has cool SFX, but just doesn't hold a candle to The Invisible Man (1933).If any actor can be considered as having fallen from grace over the decades, it’s Chevy Chase. He became an instant star thanks to his work on the first two seasons of Saturday Night Live. His success, not surprisingly, prompted him t […]
This review looks at a film that turns 20 this year.This year is the 20th anniversary of Gary Ross’s 1998 fantasy/comedy/drama Pleasantville, so what better time to revisit this classic film?Our story begins with shy teenager David (Tobey Maguire) and what seems to be his awkward attempt to ask a girl out. We later realize that the girl in question is lookin […]
Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Laurie Metcalf, Tracy Letts, Beanie Feldstein, Lucas Hedges Director: Greta Gerwig In 2002, a teen (Ronan) who prefers to be called Lady Bird is in the last year of High School, and struggling with her identity and her future. While she is highly creative and intelligent, she doesn’t have the best grades,… Continue reading Lady Bird […]
Starring: Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt Director: Lee Unkrich, Adrian Molina Miguel is a little boy who dreams of being a musician. But because on of his ancestors ran away and abandoned the family, music is banned, and Miguel is on track to join the families shoe-making business. On the night of Dia… Continue reading Coco (2017)
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to share with you the second part of the recent pieces of clothing that I’ve bought on sales. All of this pieces are really affordable, just in case you want to buy them. I’ve taken pictures with all the pieces, because I don’t like clothing hauls where I […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to share with you a really easy DIY that looks really cute at the same time. This season flower embroidered hoodies are really in, so instead of buying a new one I decided recycling an old one. I love giving a new life to […]
The Ex Machina filmmaker takes a leap into a strange alien environment with his new movie Annihilation. facebook twitter google+ tumblr Interview Don Kaye Annihilation Feb 21, 2018 Alex Garland Natalie Portman Oscar Isaac After years of writing the screenplays for intelligent, provocative sci-fi films like Never Let Me Go, Sunshine and 28 Days Later, Alex Ga […]
The Black Panther and Creed duo, Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan, are teaming again for the Wrong Answer biopic. facebook twitter google+ tumblr News Den of Geek Staff Wrong Answer Feb 21, 2018 Ryan Coogler Michael B. JOrdan At this point, Black Panther might just be the biggest superhero movie of all-time. Opening larger than any solo superhero film yet— […]
Ninety-one years ago today--10 Jan., 1927--Fritz Lang's magnificent sci-fi fantasy METROPOLIS first hit the screen in Germany. This is the kind of movie the phrase "visionary masterpiece" was coined to describe, a gloriously weird epic of the future as seen from the late Weimar era wherein the working class robotically toils away on machines b […]
Born today, 30 Dec., in 1945, Lloyd Kaufman, producer, writer, director, the co-founder of Troma Entertainment and one of the magnificent bastards responsible for, among so many other off-the-wall classics, the Toxic Avenger movies, POULTRYGEIST: NIGHT OF THE CHICKEN DEAD, TERROR FIRMER, TROMA'S WAR and TROMEO & JULIET. Highbrow snobs may scoff at L […]
If a man deserved a woman like you, That man would not be me. I’m so much less than extraordinary, And that’s how your man should be. You outclass me in every single way – Those conceivable, and those that are not. If people could see the two of us, They’d be shocked by who […]
“You could do better”, I tell you quite often. I should just stop so, Your resolve won’t soften. You tell me you love me – The most glorious sound – And I feel like a king Who’s been recently crowned. The way that you love me – No one’s done it better. You’ve […]
The Shape of Water (2017) “Words lie, but looks don’t…When you fall in love, you fall in love, absolutely, all at once, all-in. It’s a miracle” (Guillermo del Toro). “Unable to perceive the shape of You, I find You all around me. Your presence fills my eyes with Your love, It humbles my heart, […]
**SPOILER ALERT FOR THE FILM “THE SHAPE OF WATER”** A number of newspapers and news sources (such as IndieWire, DailyMail) reported that French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet accused Guillermo del Toro of copying one of his scenes from his movie “Delicatessen” (1991) for del Toro’s latest film “The Shape of Water“. Moreover, Jeunet accused del Toro of […] […]
When undertaking a vacation to Walt Disney World’s theme parks, many families usually generate long lists of all the various experiences they’d like to tackle – and most, if not all, of these items are usually exclusive to the resort (such as, say, catching a particular character breakfast or, of course, hopping on a specific […] The post 3 reasons you shoul […]
February 17 through April 15, 2018, guests visiting SeaWorld Orlando can take part in the returning Seven Seas Food Festival. The festival, in its sophomore year at the park, is designed to offer guests an expanded selection of unique tastes. Touting over 180 items, including specialty food, brews, wine, and spirits, the food festival is […] The post Previe […]
Over a month ago, Walt Disney World‘s Animal Kingdom announced the birth of a new baby Nile hippopotamus, visible along the theme park’s Kilimanjaro Safaris attraction. It was made clear at the time that Animal Kingdom’s animal care team would allow the mother Tuma and her calf time by themselves to bond, so it would be a […] The post VIDEO: Walt Disney Worl […]
It’s that time of year again: Oscar season! And as the big night approaches about a week and a half from now, Walt Disney World is getting back in on the action with the return of its popular Academy Awards red carpet and Oscar statuette photo op at Disney’s Hollywood Studios theme park. From now […] The post Academy Awards red carpet and Oscar statue photo […]
Alfresco Tasting Terrace is located in the Pacific Wharf area of Disney California Adventure at Disneyland Resort. This lounge serves appetizers on small plates like meatballs marinara, sundried tomato flatbread, and charcuterie and cheese plate. Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBSto […]
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For a year now I have been a proud contributing writer to Film Inquiry, an online film magazine with writers all over the world. This article was compiled by Stephanie Archer, and written by many writers including myself. It was first published in February 2017. Everyone has their favorite film, a cherished classic that reigns superior... Read More
Surprise! My review of the best of 2017 managed to only be a whole month late! (Hey, it’s better than 2016’s April release). My problem, admittedly, is once I start writing about the films I love, it’s hard for me to stop. Please enjoy my ‘Best of 2017’ list, and comment below what you think... Read More