E.V.I.L., so it's no wonder that he's so well-known for that role, but that was far from Borgnine's only work as an actor. The guy was working steadily as an actor from 1951 all the way up to the year of his death, 2012. His first major leading role in a motion picture, and perhaps his most iconic performance of all, came in the 1955 Best Picture winner Marty.
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
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The Fun Vampire Action Film Blade Proved That Marvel Comics Characters Could Headline Enjoyable Movies
Then Blade came along.
Black Panther Rules The Box Office With Second Best Second Weekend In History While Game Night Scores Minor Win And Annihilation Fails To Assimilate Audiences
Friday, February 23, 2018
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You will not be able to plug in, turn on and drop out
Because the revolution will not be televised
The revolution will be no re-run brothers
The revolution will be live" - Gil Scott Heron, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
After years of anticipation, a Black Panther movie is finally here and it surpassed even the biggest expectations this weekend. With $192 million this weekend, the Ryan Coogler directed motion picture had the second biggest Marvel Cinematic Universe opening weekend in history (only The Avengers had a bigger bow), the biggest February opening weekend of all-time and the fifth biggest opening weekend in history. Furthermore, this was the biggest opening weekend to ever occur in the first four months of any given year while, on its opening day, Black Panther surpassed the $67 million haul of Insidious: The Last Key to become the biggest movie of 2018 so far and the project became only the second MCU title to score an A+ CinemaScore rating from moviegoers. People are loving this movie and it's pretty much a guarantee that it's going to be around in the marketplace for a good while.
Friday, February 16, 2018
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Monday, February 12, 2018
The Climax Comes For Fifty Shades Freed As Series Ends On Solid Box Office Note While Peter Rabbit Hops To Good Debut And 15:17 To Paris Underwhelms Financially
Saturday, February 10, 2018
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Thursday, February 8, 2018
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
So yesterday Disney announced that Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were going to producing and writing a new trilogy of stand-alone Star Wars movies. Making sure that the first post-Game of Thrones job for Benioff and Weiss was having such a major role in a new batch of Star Wars movies seemed like the kind of headline designed to appease fanboy sites across the internet by basically saying "The people behind one of your favorite brands is now doing something with another one of your favorite brands!" Cutesy quotes on official Disney or Star Wars social media feeds declaring "Send a raven..." (Hey! That's a reference to a thing I know!) seemed to solidify that this was news designed to make geek sectors of social media light up with enthusiastic responses.
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Good Ideas For Character Backstories Get Lost In The Vacuum of Bad Writing That Is The Cloverfield Paradox
Monday, February 5, 2018
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Saturday, February 3, 2018
The Killing of a Sacred Deer Slaughters Normalcy With It's Depraved Farcical Storytelling. That's A Compliment.
The Lobster, then you're fully aware how much writer/director Yorgos Lanthimos loves to weave tales heavy on weirdness and people committing ever-escalating acts of depravity in the service of an extended metaphor. He keeps that spirit very much alive for his newest movie The Killing of a Sacred Deer, which is akin to The Lobster as well as last year's The Square in terms of being a dark comedy that keeps daring the audience to look away from the various hideous acts occuring on-screen. So utterly unconventional is The Killing of a Sacred Deer that I imagine writers Yorgo Lanthimos and Efthymis Filippou started their first writing session with this simple statement: