Movies

Geek Fallacy: Get Through X, and then it’s Great

Any variation of “After the first ten hours, it gets really good” isn’t acceptable, and we shouldn’t look down on people who don’t invest the upfront hours for dividends of entertainment down the road.

Time Crisis

Money is no longer the barrier to entry, time is.

New Approach to Movie Trailers

Instead of using footage from the actual film, the marketing team should be regulated to the scenes on the cutting room floor. Trailers should be made up 100% of alternate footage, deleted scenes and images not in the final version.

When are Spoilers Okay?

Helpful tips for the entire Internet to avoid creating Spoilers and ruining the experience for others.

Relating to Personality

I relate more to characters which exhibit personality traits in line with my own, than who share my demographics.

Kung Fu Panda 3 Review

The film is able to remain enjoyable throughout due to the charisma and likability of Po – even when is in the most precarious or powerful position he is geeking out over the absurdity of the world and the audience can’t help but get caught up in his dynamic charm.

Characterization Is Thicker than Blood

There is an old adage in writing, “show, don’t tell.” When characters are randomly related the film is telling the audience this situation is dramatic/ironic/strange instead of actually taking the time to build the characters and scene. It’s sloppy

No More Trailers

The culture of trailers has reached a point where there are teasers, countdowns and trailers for the upcoming trailers. We literally have advertisements for the date of when an advertisement will release….