The man was simply known as “Maestro.” Ennio Morricone left a legacy for audiophiles and cinephiles alike to enjoy for decades to comes. He was 91 years old.
Excellent film franchises demand a score that sounds up to its level. Fortunately, ‘Terminator’ has had several.
Not every Star Wars film is great, but each one has something to love. This week, let’s dive in and see what’s great with ‘A New Hope’.
Parishioners of the Snyder Cut church, this news is sacrilege and may cause you to break out in hives. Sorry. You have been warned.
Two film editions. A remake on the way. A Zapruder-film-like documentary. A string of subsequent novels. And a ton of fans. This will be ‘Dune.’
When you hear a sound, there is a reminder. When you hear a score, there is memory. Those are the Cine-feels!
You have heard the story of King Arthur, but in ‘Legend of the Sword, you haven’t heard it like this. And you should.
A scent. A glance. A touch. A smile. These are first impressions. And movie trailers have them all. They do matter.
64 teams. 4 regions. There can only be 1 champion. What is the best overall CBM ever? You be the judge!
No matter how many times you see it, it looks different. That is majestic film making. That is ‘Inception.’
Two people. Two points-of-view. One solid review. This is ‘Aquaman.’ (At least, we think so.)
We know it’s going to look great, but now, it will certainly almost better. And in slow motion…
One might call Captain America: The First Avenger one of the most forgotten MCU movie. What if I told you that one of the more forgotten films had…… Read more “‘The First Avenger’ Gave the Best Lasting Impression”