Avengers: Endgame Gets a Trailer

Has there been anything more anticipated than the trailer for the Avenger’s movie? Marvel Studios has gotten to a point where a movie is five months away and we are accepting the lack of a trailer AND title. The collaboration of Marvel Studios and Disney has been fruitful, leading to double digit hits and billions of dollars in revenue. I don’t believe there has been … Continue reading Avengers: Endgame Gets a Trailer

The Defenders Review: A Fun, Riveting Ride…So Far

It is hard to believe that Daredevil premiered it’s first season only 2 years ago. A notable risky move from Marvel, the foray into unadulterated television was a new chapter. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was a network show and therefore was limited as expected. Daredevil was going to be an explicit look at what we were all hoping for; a gritty New York drama. From that … Continue reading The Defenders Review: A Fun, Riveting Ride…So Far

The Curious Case Of Shia LaBeouf

We love to see success in others’ lives. We as people love to hear of stories of peoples journeys, how the rose to prominence on overcoming the tribulations. And while we do enjoy these positive moments, we are just as entertained by the tragedies and train wrecks of others live. Especially when it comes to the people placed in positions to entertain us. Not many … Continue reading The Curious Case Of Shia LaBeouf

Paper Men Pictures: A New Take On Wlliam Golding

As she sat in the back of the classroom, carelessly tapping her eraserless, chewed-up pencil on the laminated wooden surface of her desk, the pre-I.B. English teacher of Gulf High School continued her mind-numbing lecture on the Odyssey by Homer. As the antiquated clock spoke above the teacher’s head, an eternity passed by with each painful tick. However, forgiving freedom suddenly waltzed in as the … Continue reading Paper Men Pictures: A New Take On Wlliam Golding

Inside The Oscar Week With Edward Bass

Many years ago I worked with Michel Litvak at a company called Bold Films and I can tell you, without a doubt, that his films Whiplash and Nightcrawler definitely reflect his talent on understanding scripts and picking the kind of things that many in the mainstream would pass. It’s easy to look back at the success of a film and say “I would have made … Continue reading Inside The Oscar Week With Edward Bass

‘American Sniper’ Guilty Verdict

The family of Chris Kyle, the man who was portrayed by Bradley Cooper in American Sniper, has finally received justice. Eddie Ray Routh, the former marine that fatally shot and killed Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield in 2013, was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Kyle’s memoir, American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper … Continue reading ‘American Sniper’ Guilty Verdict