“The Aviator” (2004): A Burning Boyhood (Review)

“The Aviator” (2004): A Burning Boyhood (Review)

I am genuinely amazed at just how well this films holds up today. It has probably been exactly a decade since I’ve watched this, and…

“The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013): Money, Money, Money! (Review)

“The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013): Money, Money, Money! (Review)

They say money makes the world go round. It’s a sad truth that most of us have to accept but some choose to embrace it….

Trailer Verdict: The Wolf of Wall Street

After nearly a decade of heavy handed and dramatic roles, it appears that Leonardo DiCaprio is making a concerted effort to show his less serious…

The Indie Corner: 2013 Cannes Festival Wrap-Up

May 15th-26th marked the 66th annual Cannes Film Festival, pretty much the most famous and exclusive film festival in the world (the only one not…

Film Review: The Great Gatsby

Director Baz Luhrmann has a vision for The Great Gatsby; a fact that can not be denied. What can also be said is that Luhrmann…

Other Book to Film Adaptations Featuring the Cast of The Great Gatsby

No matter if it turns out to be a hit, is bombed by critics and audiences, or falls somewhere in between, one thing is for…

Quentin Tarantino and the “Exploitation” of Blaxploitation

In his latest work, Quentin Tarantino has revisited familiar stomping grounds. That is to say, the historical revenge mythos that he brings to the silver…

Check Out This Gorgeous Django Unchained Concept Art

Before a single frame is ever committed to film most if not all movie projects, certainly all major ones, have artists render concept drawings to…

Film Review: Django Unchained

Want to learn about slavery this year? Sure, you can sleep for a few hours over Lincoln, you can regret film-making altogether in Abraham Lincoln Vampire…

Jay-Z Scoring The Great Gatsby

In a move that is in character with the flamboyant Baz Luhrmann‘s methods and the recent hip-hop underscored trailer it has been confirmed, via Twitter,…