I’ll be the first to admit that 2014’s Maleficent wasn’t the movie for me, which is why I expect it’s sequel will also not be to my liking. And that’s perfectly okay because the first movie earned just over $758 million dollars worldwide. In other words, they’re doing just fine without my two cents. Advertisements
I’m not done yet with Love, Death + Robots but if Fish Night isn’t the best episode of the series I’ll be genuinely shocked. It’s by turns beautiful–with animation that looks rotoscoped and vaguely like that of Ralph Bakshi–and terrifying. It’s somewhat simplistic story-wise, but as I’ve said before, that’s not a criticism in and […]
Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Materials looks like a pretty interesting trilogy–which I haven’t read–though you probably couldn’t tell from the 2007 movie version, The Golden Compass. Luckily the BBC hasn’t given up because they’re launching a new series based upon Pullman’s books. And it looks pretty good.
Just in case anyone out there thinks Screenphiles has become a member of the Guillermo Del Toro Fan Club (not that there’s such a thing as far as I know), let me assure you in no way is that the case. Though speaking of Del Toro, did you know a Red Band trailer from The […]
I meant to post the latest Gods Of Egypt trailer yesterday. I didn’t because I haven’t gotten around to changing my iMac’s hard drive–I don’t own any Torx screwdrivers, though I intend to remedy that over the weekend. As a result this is my first post made entirely on an iPad. From images […]
Can we just accept that Joe Cornish is a bit overrated? That’s not to say that there isn’t the potential for greatness, but so far most of what he’s done has been in association with Edgar Wright. His first turn at directing was 2011’s Attack The Block (which he also wrote), a box-office failure (though let’s not for […]