Best Cinematography

22 Apr 19
Love Popcorn

The time is nearly here….Twenty-one films, over the course of eleven years, have all been leading up to this moment… Avengers: Endgame is just days away now. So, in order to pass away the last few days I thought I would rank my top ten favourite MCU films. 10. Black Panther (2018) I’ll admit that perhaps this […]

22 Apr 19
MLMillerWrites

Advance Review: Recently World Premiered at New York’s What the Fest!?! DEPRAVED (2019) Directed by Larry Fessenden Written by Larry Fessenden Starring David Call, Joshua Leonard, Alex Breaux, Ana Kayne, Maria Dizzia, Chloë Levine, Owen Campbell, Addison Timlin, Chris O’Connor, Alice Barrett, Andrew Lasky, Jack Fessenden, James Tam, Zilong Zee, Noah Le Gros, Larry Fessenden […]

22 Apr 19
I AM ALYANNA BIANCA

Akira Korusawa once said, “If your goal is to become a great director, you must first master screenplay writing”.   I’m a BA Communication graduate.  And it is embarrassing to say that I’m not fond of reading, or even writing. I tried working on news articles but I would fail. I also had some feature […]

22 Apr 19
Geek's Landing

I’ve been meaning to dig back into the older Phase One Marvel films for a good while now. And with Avengers: Endgame promising to be even more of a culmination event than Infinity War in less than a month, I figured it was as good a time as any to go back to the beginning […]

22 Apr 19
My Geekdom

April 15th-DOUBLE FEATURE Night School from 1981 (Director: Ken Hughes, Writer: Ruth Avergon, Stars: Leonard Mann, Rachel Ward and Drew Snyder, Cinematography: Mark Irwin, Runtime: 88 mins) Alone in the Dark from 1982 (Director: Jack Sholder, Writers: Jack Sholder, Robert Shaye and Michael Harrpster, Stars: Jack Palance, Donabusld Pleasence, and Martin Landau, Cinematography: Joseph Mangine, […]

22 Apr 19
MediaByte

THIS REVIEW WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR THE SECOND EPISODE OF SEASON EIGHT OF GAME OF THRONES. YOU’VE BEEN WARNED. Well, this episode certainly brought all the emotions you can imagine. In a nutshell, this is the calm before the storm. The entire episode takes place at Winterfell as we travel between different sets of characters […]

22 Apr 19
Cinema Chaat

Shiva Nirvana’s Majili is a romance that feels oddly dated where the characters make some very strange choices, and the plot harks back to attitudes that might have seemed plausible 30 years ago. Naga Chaitanya plays a cricket player whose life is destroyed when he loses the girl of his dreams, while Samantha is the […]

22 Apr 19
cooking

link full download: https://bit.ly/2V0HY1l Film is an art constitute by the whole of a choice of word and an aesthetic for the most part its own. Since 1979, David Bordwell, Kristin Thompson and in a new york minute, Co-Author, Jeff Smith’s Film Art has been the best-selling and practically widely favorite introduction to the experiment of […]

22 Apr 19
Maddie, the movie girl.

Man, I really wanted to like this movie. There’s no denying that the story of Ann Atwater and C.P. Ellis is one for our times, where racial tension abounds and reconciliation seems far off. However, the movie’s powerful message is hindered by a poor script, stale cinematography, and failure to realize the truly horrific nature […]

21 Apr 19
The Robert Taylor Odyssey

The Criterion Odyssey Spine #968 Writer: Carlos Reygadas Director: Carlos Reygadas Cast: Alejandro Ferretis, Magdalena Flores Cinematography: Diego Martinez Vignatti, Thierry Tronchet Company: Mantarraya Producciones Release Date: October 2, 2002 Country: Mexico Watching “Japon,” I became aware almost immediately that I was in the presence of a talented filmmaker. There are moments, scenes and sequences […]

21 Apr 19
Archy news nety

We are only a few days away from the premiere of Avengers: Endgame and as the release date approaches and reach the end of this journey, we want to look back at everything that has been brought here. We've been struggling with our hero's struggle, grow and save humanity over the past ten years and […]

21 Apr 19
Cinema Vibe India

Imitation is best form of flattery but in cinema it works only when it is inspired and brewed with an original idea, the lack of which renders the result just an imitation. This is why Kalank is most aptly described as a wannabe Sanjay Leela Bhansali film which achieves the imitation to some extent but […]