Edge of Tomorrow Review

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Title: Edge of Tomorrow MPAA Rating: PG-13 Director: Dan Liman Starring: Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Brendan Gleason Runtime: 1 hr 53 mins

Anthony's Film Review - Alien: Covenant (2017)

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Back in 2012, Ridley Scott directed Prometheus as a way to provide a backstory for the Alien franchise and to continue to deliver the heart-stopping chills the series is known for. That movie did a go...

Pop Culture Guy Episode 7: Unknown Spotlight—Andrea Romano

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One of my early videos for my Pop Culture Guy series, this one is about Andrea Romano. She is a well-known voice acting casting director who helped cast some of the most well-known voices in both 1990s and modern animation. The writing below is taken from a project I had to do wherein I had to research the career of any casting director. In filmmaking, every single job done is as important as the next one in order for the film to be completed. One particular job that is one of the most important...

Anthony's Film Review - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)

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Has it really been six years since the last Pirates of the Caribbean movie? You'd think a good movie series like this one would have something every three years or so. But of course, any behind-the-sc...

X-Men Days of Future Past Review

Sebastian Howard
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The history of the X-Men movies has been very turbulent since the first film, X-Men, came out in 2000. The first film was toted as a superhero movie group film finally done right. Hell, back in 2000 s...

Nightmare: Dr. Strange's First Enemy in the Shadow of Sandman

F. Simon Grant
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Nightmare, the likely villain of the Dr. Strange movie sequel, proves that Doc has one of the greatest rogues galleries in comics. I would describe Nightmare to any DC fan as the Joker with the power ...

Have You Caught The Riverdale Bug?

Jacquelyn Miccolis
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If you grew up in the 90’s, surely you remember reading the beloved Archie Comics. The main premise of the comic books revolved around four lovable characters – Betty, Archie, Jughead and Veronica. Th...

The Grand Budapest Hotel Review

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Title: The Grand Budapest Hotel MPAA Rating: R Director: Wes Anderson Starring: Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori, Adrien Brody Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins

6 Things VR Storytellers Need to Know

Joshua Yancey
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If you’ve already figured this stuff out, then hurray for you! Also, you’re lying. Nobody has developed the language of the VR story yet. This is just a primer, briefly touching on the history of film...

The Many Versions of Cinderella

Amora Jones
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I have always been fascinated by fairy tales. Like many other children, Disney cultivated a love of classic stories. When I got older, I became more curious in hearing the original fairy tales, before Disney changed them. I loved learning the differences between versions, and even versions from different cultures. Cinderella is possibly one of the best known fairy tales in the world. It is a rags-to-riches story full of magic, romance, and a happily ever after. best known fairy tales in the worl...

Maleficent Review

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Title: Maleficent MPAA Rating: PG Director: Robert Stromberg Starring: Angeline Jolie, Sharlto Copley, Sam Riley Runtime: 1 hr 37 mins