Blade Runner 2049: Denis Villeneuve’s Impression on Roger Deakins

Blade Runner 2049: Denis Villeneuve’s Impression on Roger Deakins

Audiences have been frightened of the early footage for Blade Runner 2049 Denis Villeneuve’s sequel to the famous Ridley Scott movie. From the lively colors to the meticulous lighting, much of the credit has been given to 13-time Oscar nominee Roger Deakins, who Villeneuve got as the director of photography on the film. But we haven’t witness anything yet in Blade Runner 2049. “Honestly, it’s just the tip of the iceberg”, Villeneuve claimed in a recent interview….

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IT Trailer is Coming to Town to Bring You Nightmare

IT Trailer is Coming to Town to Bring You Nightmare

Just a friendly reminder that you may want to follow: watch the trailer with the lights on (and your friends surrounding). To describe IT trailer in short would be “it’s appropriately terrifying”. IT, a horror movie based on Stephen King’s novel, tells the story of a group of children in a town of Maine gathering together to find out the reason of missing people in their neighborhood. Their searching brings them in direct conflict with…

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Unlock the Secret of Jennifer Lawrence’s New Horror Movie, Mother!

Unlock the Secret of Jennifer Lawrence’s New Horror Movie, Mother!

The full trailer for Mother! was released leaving us more intrigued than ever. With hint from the trailer and plenty of extra details, it’s safe to say that something danger is coming, but we still have more questions than answers at this point. Fans embarked on a quest to discern what exactly Mother! the movie is about, and surprisingly, they actually unearthed some fascinating stuff. These are what they have found. Hints from the Title – Mother! Mother! must…

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Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Johnny Depp Looks Worse For Wear

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Johnny Depp Looks Worse For Wear

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: Johnny Depp Looks Worse For Wear Cast: Johnny Depp, Javier Bardem, Orlando Bloom, Brenton Thwaites, Kaya Scodelario, Kevin McNally, Geoffrey Rush Directors: Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg Rated as PG-13 due to contain sequences of adventure violence and some suggestive material Rating: 2/4 Running time: 129 minutes It always needs a great effort to keep track of who’s alive or dead in this multi-sequel epic pirate adventure of Captain Jack Sparrow. Over 12…

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Such a Sinking Vessel Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Is!

Such a Sinking Vessel Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Is!

The fifth installment of the pirate franchise is known as Pirate of the Caribbean 5 Dead Men Tell No Tales, and go along with the franchise, the moral of the movie is dead. The first movie of the franchise was an unexpected success. As is customary, the sequel was a pale imitation, and the third installment of the presumed trilogy went a bit trippy. The trilogy would have been good enough, but money makes people do…

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Pirates of the Caribbean 5: A Fitting Finale to Johnny Depp’s Defining Franchise

Pirates of the Caribbean 5: A Fitting Finale to Johnny Depp’s Defining Franchise

Pirates of the Caribbean Dead Men Tell No Tales doesn’t quite reach the standard of the gloriously original trilogy. Still, the movie makes its mark as a grounded adventure of supernatural in pirate world. The movie serves best for any purpose, either as start for a new series or the finale of Jack Sparrow’s hilarious sails. Best of all, this fifth installment allows viewers to forget that Pirates of the Caribbean On Stranger Tides ever happened. Pirates…

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Blade Runner 2049’s Trailer: More Questions Than Answers

Blade Runner 2049’s Trailer: More Questions Than Answers

Your story isn’t over yet. There’s still a page left.” Those words follow the final scene in the new trailer for Blade Runner 2049. It’s a slow shift from an open book whose pages ripped out of and thrown into Ryan Gosling’s face. His expression is obscure; regardless any real context, it’s hard to figure out. But he sure looks amazing. So it appears in the trailer for the upcoming sequel of Blade Runner 2049, the…

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Mother! 7 Things to Know about Darren Aronofsky’s Return

Mother! 7 Things to Know about Darren Aronofsky’s Return

Darren Aronofsky refusing to give out anything about his upcoming Mother!, and it’s only causing anticipation to skyrocket. While the movie is still under heavy secrecy, there are still some teases that are enough information to confirm that the movie is going to be something truly special from Aronofsky. Here’s everything you need to know about Mother!. Aronofsky is Channeling His Inner “Black Swan” Once Again The movie marks Aronofsky’s return to his field of…

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Blade Runner 2049: Everything We Know So Far

Blade Runner 2049: Everything We Know So Far

“I want to ask you some questions,” Officer K (Ryan Gosling) says Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) in the first trailer of Blade Runner 2049. The sequel of Ridley Scott’s neo-noir classic debut takes place three decades after the original, with Gosling’s blade runner 2049– a bounty hunter of bio-robotic androids. The movie is directed by directed by Denis Villenueve and written by Hampton Fancher. The first trailer takes audiences back in the futuristic, cluttered Los Angeles…

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mother! Posters Give a Huge Clue About Darren Aronofsky’s Most Reticent Movie Ever

mother! Posters Give a Huge Clue About Darren Aronofsky’s Most Reticent Movie Ever

Most films head into their final month before opening with photos, teasers, and trailers having already been given out, but Darren Aronofsky’s mother! is opposite. The movie comes out next month, and still we hardly know anything except for the cast (Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris) and a one-sentence story description: “A couple’s relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence.” Over the past month, it’s turned out…

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A New Universe Is Being Built – The Mummy Remake 2017

A New Universe Is Being Built – The Mummy Remake 2017

There have been tons of questions about Universal’s new The Mummy movie, directed by Alex Kurtzman, since the trailer came out. One of the biggest questions appears to be why choosing to include Dr. Jekyll (Russell Crowe), while a huge character from horror literature, was never one of Universal’s biggest monsters – despite appearing in 1953’s Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Why him? Why now? Kurtzman said it was all for the story. “There was a…

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Two Passengers Trapped on a Spaceship Find Love and Despair

Two Passengers Trapped on a Spaceship Find Love and Despair

Passengers is directed by Morten Tyldum from a screenplay written by Jon Spaihts. It’s a love story attempting to be an interstellar Titanic but fail to reach Titanic standard. Besides, Passengers conveys the panic and despair of finding yourself trapped in a luxurious corporate prison in the middle of nowhere. Solitary confinement is solitary torture. The contrast between the chilly impersonality of the Avalon and the anguish of its human cargo lends the first half of…

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THE DARK KNIGHT RISES: ANNE HATHAWAY IS THE BEST CATWOMAN EVER, HANDS DOWN.

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES: ANNE HATHAWAY IS THE BEST CATWOMAN EVER, HANDS DOWN.

I’ve never thought there would be a better Catwoman than Julie Newmar, never, until Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises took the role after uttering a single “Oops.” It’s an “Oops” filled with sexiness and insincerity, coming as it does after Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) interrupts her in the middle of a robbery and before she dresses on her catsuit. The “Oops” and its Jean Harlow naughty-girl reading come early in the film and the…

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THE DARK KNIGHT – Gotham Town’s Showdown

THE DARK KNIGHT – Gotham Town’s Showdown

THE DARK KNIGHT – Dark as night and nearly as long, Christopher Nolan’s new Batman film seems like a start and somewhat an end. Pitched at the divide between art and industry, poetry and entertainment, it appears much darker and deeper than any Hollywood adapt of its comic-book kind, including “Batman Begins” – Nolan’s 2005 moody resurrection of the series – by embracing an ambivalence that at first glance might be mistaken for pessimism. But no work stuffed…

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GREEN STREET HOOLIGANS – A Movie Review

GREEN STREET HOOLIGANS – A Movie Review

Most Harvard kids suck, or at least according to “Green Street Hooligans”. Green Street Hooligans is about the prototypal example of a student named Jeremy Van Holden. His father has an unspecified yet essential governmental position, so a cushy job is waiting for him right after graduation, but he still deals tons of cocaine out of his double. This is the situation in which Harvard senior Matt Buckner (Elijah Wood), who is also a Crimson…

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