What is a girl to do when her husband won't give her the attention she feels she deserves?
Dress up as an old woman and rob her husband's bank, of course!
At least that's how Natalie Wood tries to solve her marital dilemmas. While the film itself is bitterly dated--specifically thanks to an appalling attempted rape that's not only played for laughs, but plays like a Looney Tunes cartoon--Natalie Wood remained entertaining throughout. She's proven before that she has fine…
I can't believe they made 3 of these.
I can't believe we live in a world where there are 3 Sharknado movies.
We live in a world where The Incredibles doesn't have a sequel, Hannibal can't get a 4th season, Nicholas Cage can't be Superman, Jon Stewart can't host The Daily Show forever, and Jon Snow knows nothing, but we have 3 Sharknado movies.
I couldn't have picked a better world to live in.
Well, I've come across my final Eli Hayes short and whatdya know, he makes me shit myself.
Somebody needs to get Eli Hayes a gig filming nature shots for the Discovery Channel.
Now THIS is how you tell so much with so little!
The story is simple. Girl roams and reminisces through the home she was raised in. Nothing more, nothing less. What makes this such a great filmmaking achievement is the visuals mixed with the music; two of Eli Hayes' best trademarks. The best looking short film he's made yet. The cinematography during the cornfield sequence was such a great sight to behold and the rest of the short is just…
In this next Eli Hayes short production, it's about a girl suffering from depression turning to drugs for solace and in doing so is placed between two pixelated screens: a tv screen showcasing her childhood moments and a computer screen displaying numerous Google search results.
The themes of drug abuse and loneliness are strong when told in visuals, but don't translate as well compared to the narrative. Granted, telling a story via Google's search engine is really original and unique…
Ant-Man, admittedly, is the least anticipated Marvel movie yet. At least for me.
I knew very little about the character or the comic books going in, Edgar Wright left production as writer (anyone leaving production of a movie is never a good sign), and the premise of a guy who finds a suit that makes him tiny doesn't sound exciting compared to past Marvel movies. Can you blame me for lacking a little anticipation?
Thankfully, Ant-Man only exceeded expectations.
Let's wind the clocks back a little more than 50 years ago...
It's illegal to be a homosexual. Homosexuality in pretty much every part of the world is considered a criminal offense punishable by law. It isn't until 1967 where the Sexual Offenses Act lifts such a ban on homosexuality in the United Kingdom, but 6 years prior in the same country, a film is made that would shock the film world to its core.
That film would be Victim;…
Usually, whenever a new adaptation of a popular superhero is announced, audiences usually answer the news with a heavy groan.
"How many times are we gonna see Batman's parents die?"
"We all know Superman's origin! We don't need another origin movie?"
"If they want to reboot Spider-man, why not put another guy in the suit? Like Miles Morales?"
Those are just some of the complaints you may have heard or read across the internet. Many of these claims can be…