Let the Past Die – My Thoughts on the Film and What The Last Jedi Means for the Future of Star Wars

Before you read any further, I feel that I should warn you that this WILL contain many SPOILERS for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. If you haven't seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi yet, then WHY ARE YOU EVEN READING THIS? WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN DOING? STAR WARS HAS BEEN OUT FOR ALMOST A MONTH … Continue reading Let the Past Die – My Thoughts on the Film and What The Last Jedi Means for the Future of Star Wars

All the Great Performances in the World – My thoughts on “All the Money in the World”

When it was first announced that Keven Spacey would be replaced with Christopher Plummer, I was sure that the film would be doomed. In my mind, there was no way that the film could undergo enough re-shoots to replace Spacey and put in Plummer a month before the film's release and still have quality performances … Continue reading All the Great Performances in the World – My thoughts on “All the Money in the World”

“The Darkest Hour”: Gary Oldman Shines Bright

“The Darkest Hour”, directed by Joe Wright, centers on one of Britian’s, if not the world’s, greatest leaders and orators, Winston Churchill. The film begins with a new receptionist come to assist Churchill with his day-to-day work. She is recited the “rules” for working with Churchill, his particulars of how correspondence is to be written, … Continue reading “The Darkest Hour”: Gary Oldman Shines Bright

“Disaster Artist”: Not Such a Disaster After All

James Franco both directs and stars in “The Disaster Artist”, alongside his brother, Dave Franco. It is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a cult film titled “The Room” by Tommy Wiseau (portrayed by J. Franco). I had no idea this cult film existed prior to watching the movie. Do you have to see … Continue reading “Disaster Artist”: Not Such a Disaster After All