The Irishman was a movie not only for the ages, but for most ages because it showed us all our humanity, whether you wanted to see it or not. Like me.
That’s the problem with screen adaptations: You have the option to ignore certain things, like you killed someone. Just ask Martin Scorsese and Jack Goldsmith.
From opening up a book to watching a film, nothing replaces a fireside chat of something that forces us to feel. Behold: This is the power of storytelling.
Another year. Another Golden Globes. Another torrent of social media and headlines griping about both.
Theaters and TV. Big studios and Streaming Giants. And a couple of potential Oscar winners. This is November and what a month it is.
Following Scorsese and Coppola hating on CBMs, it’s clear what is the problem — turf war. They think nerds are on their lawn. Let’s discuss the property lines of cinema.
We encourage everyone to walk inside the Matrix and get to know the team. This time, we visit one of our sources of Girl Power
Oscar has nominated his favorites, ignored some of ours, and could care less what anyone thinks. This is a full, visual breakdown of Oscars 2020.
Need a weekend challenge? Narrow down your favorite Martin Scorsese movies. We did…and we’re still tired.
Seriously?! This guy isn’t a fan of CBMs? Let’s discuss the fine art of making a B-movie grindhouse flick, shall we?
If you’re like me, or the rest of the people who read this blog (and thanks), you’ve had these debates. Sigh. The struggle is real — more real than you would think.
Many may be surprised to know the transition in Martin Scorsese’s illustrious directing career was when he delivered ‘Bringing Out The Dead’. Really.
Movie theaters are being hammered by Coronavirus and there are four major reasons why…