Many fans out there are calling for a female James Bond. Talking about having a woman play the character. It was always something that has been discussed – and seems to be gaining more traction now that Jodie Whitaker has been cast in Doctor Who!
Bring on the cheesy 80s tv revival cinematic universe I say.
This dedicated talkback was inspired by that comment from funisforassholes!
I was considering going to see The Mummy on Saturday in order to review it for this site. I decided not to – because it looks shit.
OK. So, Man Of Steel, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and Suicide Squad weren’t met with exactly “enthusiastic” responses. However – it seems that Wonder Woman may be the film that turns it all around! Continue reading Early buzz on Wonder Woman is very good!
Wow. I can’t believe this year is Star Wars 40th Anniversary.
I’ve been wrong before.. but if I’m right on this then I’m SO going to do my “I told you so” dance in December!
To my buddies over at The Supernaughts! You’ve got a fantastic site and I LOVE what you do! Thanks for being a friend to The Man Who Saved Movies.
Can’t wait for our next collaboration! The Sleepy Hollow thing was a BLAST!
When Steven Spielberg was a boy his parents divorced. This had a profound effect on him and his movies. Over his career he has made three movies which deal with alien visitation on Earth. Each of them are standalone stories but when watched in order there is another common theme which unifies their narrative. Over the course of these three films we see the father deconstructed and redeemed. The extra terrestrial visitors play an important part in that during the course of the movies. I’m going to carry on assuming you’ve seen all three of the movies discussed here. Continue reading Spielberg’s Alien Visitation Trilogy: The Fall And Redemption Of The Father
According to THR
Hmm. Must say I’m a little bit disappointed. I like Affleck as a director – and I loved him in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
I really believed a Batman adventure with him both behind the camera and in front could’ve really been something special.
Oh well. He’s still writing, producing and starring as The Caped Crusader. So his expertise as a filmmaker will still inform the project.
Question is now – who’s going to direct? I’m thinking of Dennis Villeneuve. Could also be a good time for Justin Lin to step in?
This is a blow – but I’m still really looking forward to the film.
You guys got any suggestions?
OK. Just throwing this one out there for us all to chat about… I’m going to use this platform to have a peek into the possible future of cinema and what it means for the way we’ll all end up eventually watching films. Continue reading Is Cinema Soon To Be Over?