It has been 88 years since audiences were provided a look into Frankenstein’s Monster, and the experience is the same then and now.
What is it with our fascination with disaster on film? Simple…it removes us from the reality, but still gives us all the feels.
Some of the most regaled movies drenched in “The Feels” are war movies. They spike emotion for a reason. Let’s discuss…
When you see a movie open with “Based on a True Story,” how does it make you feel?
When you hear a sound, there is a reminder. When you hear a score, there is memory. Those are the Cine-feels!
Pixar knows how to get us all in the CineFeels, namely with heartache. See how many of these scenes got you.
That wonderful “Special Features” selection on the second discs are quickly becoming an afterthought. We should hope not.
Disney’s Pixar figured out how to really bring their characters to life — by having them reflect life itself. Here are some of the way they did it.
When done right, posters can stick in your mind for years after release, but let’s explore what about them gives us the CineFeels?
…”People writing songs that voices never share, and no one dared disturb the sound of silence.”