‘Hunter Killer’ In a surprising twist, ‘Hunter Killer’ just may be the movie world powers (and everyone else) need in order to get over themselves and work together for a peaceful future. With a name like Hunter Killer, it’s very difficult to take the latest Gerard Butler (Geostorm, London Has Fallen) movie seriously. Perhaps a […]
The catsuit is one of the sexiest and fiercest costumes a female character can wear on screen. Here are the best in film history.
You could say Hollywood has its own moral code. Or, it’s forgiving of members’ transgressions for the sake of artistic excellence. That was Hollywood pre-fall of 2017. With the wave of outing alleged sexual predators and harassers, the rise of the #MeToo movement and Time’s Up initiative, the industry’s changing. Accused entertainment professionals, whether proven guilty or not, are losing their jobs and being ostracized. And it’s creating a predicament for fans: Can they still be entertained by or applaud work associated with celebrity scandal?
For nearly 85 years, Kong has been a famous movie monster, battling dinosaurs, biplanes, Godzilla, and man. This God-like ape is a formidable force with a sensitive side, a penchant for blondes, and tall buildings. Kong has been created using a variety of special and visual effects techniques to get movie audiences to suspend their disbelief to embrace his otherworldly dimensions. From the original King Kong to the latest—Kong: Skull Island—effects are the backbone of their success. Here’s a look at the most inventive Kong movies, and how they brought him to life.
November 9th, 2016 is a day that will live in infamy for many Americans. It is the day that reality television star/real estate mogul Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America. Documentary filmmaker and self-described “political junkie” James D. Stern (Every Little Step, Sport in America: Our Defining Stories) decided at the beginning of Trump’s campaign that he wanted to know why anyone would vote for the man. He got his answers and shares them in American Chaos.