Is it possible to be one without the other? The opening shot of Boogie Nights is the best opening shot of any movie. A “smash”
Some movies rely on witty, fast-paced dialogue. It’s always the fast-paced stuff that gets all the credit. The quality of a script is often determined
Rocky Balboa (2006) and the Creed franchise (2015 – ) After his fall from superstardom, Stallone needed a reset. Aging action stars always reach a
The 1963 film The Great Escape, directed by John Sturges, contains this disclaimer at the end of the opening credits: “This is a true story.
As one of the mustache’s few contemporary wearers, I often find myself confronting the controversial grooming choice and its implications on a daily basis. How
I’m looking at you, M. Night! I recently saw M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass. It’s exactly what you’d expect from the infamous director – shreds of interesting ideas, bafflingly unnatural dialogue,