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On Sunday evening, rumors began to circulate that AT&T was looking to spin off WarnerMedia. Monday morning it was official. WarnerMedia will be combined with Discovery to form a new standalone company. It was only three years ago when AT&T was so adamant about purchasing WarnerMedia and its extensive IP library for $85 Billion, that it entered a lengthy legal battle with the Justice Department under former President Donald Trump. AT&T had hoped that consumers would be lured to their…
Most Anticipated 2021 28 films
It's the Pictures most anticipated movies of 2021.
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Cannes 2021 103 films
Opening Film : Annette 1-24 : In Competition 25-42: Un Certain Regard 43-52: Cannes Premiere 53: Midnight Screening 54-59: Out…
Memorial Day Episode #113 5 films
Three movies were featured in the theme for this week's episode:
Full Metal Jacket, From Here to Eternity, Pearl Harbor…
In 2012, The Avengers proved that superhero team-up movies could work. A lot of the success could be drawn from the quality of the movie and the work Disney/Marvel did to build up those characters through individual feature films. But just as important is the star power behind each of those characters, for example, Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow gets a scene to showcase her unique abilities. She’s being interrogated for information, but the twist is that she’s completely in control.…
One of my personal favorites in the series. Just a whole bunch of cars defying the laws of physics. Nevermind the crazy work from WETA digital to make the late Paul Walker seamlessly finish Brian's story.
I think maybe it's finally time to argue that the Shyamalan revival of the last few years has not been revisionism but rather a return to his original reception as a remarkable filmmaker with a refreshingly old-school grasp of the simple mechanics of camera placement and movement and of pacing. This could well be his finest effort, maybe the purest expression of his ability to make the most out of the simplest techniques. The use of long pans and judicious…
M. Night Shyamalan’s "Old" ages poorly from high concept to unintentional comedy in a matter of minutes.
Matt and Eric aren’t getting any younger waiting for The Sixth Sense filmmaker to stage a comeback.
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