Alfonso Cuaron

26 May 19
Archy Worldys

I've been loving the bright out of everything Quentin Tarantino's Once upon a time in Hollywood! The last trailer of this film was the Cannes Film Festival. During a recent interview with Esquire, Tarantino compared his new movie to pulp Fiction and says it's his letter to Los Angeles. "This movie is the closest thing […]

26 May 19
Arcynewsy

I've been in love with everything I've seen Quentin Tarantino& # 39; S Once was in Hollywood! The latest trailer that was released was incredible, followed by some positive reviews from the audience that had the chance to watch the film at the Cannes Film Festival. During a recent interview with Esquire, Tarantino compared his […]

25 May 19
UPROXX

From light-hearted origin stories to wizarding tournaments, here’s how we think the “Harry Potter’ films stack up.

24 May 19
Elements of Screen Arts (2019)

I forgot to mention in the previous blog post another reason why I love films of its kind. I already liked it at first viewing because of how overwhelming its elements and themes are, but the more I dug deeper and analyze them further, suddenly the movie looked better by tenfold than the last time […]

23 May 19
Ezra's Blog

Akira (1988) Directed by Katushiro Otomo [Film] Place of distribution: TOHO Company, Ltd. App Developments and Condiments (2014) Community, Season 5, Episode 8. NBC, 6 March 2014 Battleship Potemkin (1925) Directed by Sergei Eisenstein [Film] Place of distribution: Goskino Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012) Directed by Benh Zeitlin [Film] Place of distribution: Fox Searchlight Pictures Children of […]

23 May 19
The Cinemaholic

Alabama born actress Octavia Spencer debuted in 1996 with the movie ‘A Time to Kill.’ But she struggled for nearly a decade to set a foothold in the industry. It was her stunning portrayal of Minny Jackson in ‘The Help’, 15 years after her debut, that changed things for her. The performance earned her several […]

23 May 19
emily's blog

By Emily Rojo May 22, 2019 There is a universal truth that binds all movies. This is, that a film must cultivate an emotion because, in many ways, what is art if it does not draw any sentiment whatsoever. As a director, your primary purpose should be to leave your audience with a sense of […]