We at Cinemaboyz understand thet there is no such thing as the greatest movie of all time. However, if there was one, Cinemaboyz contributor Kevin Parkinson, knows it is 1994′s action classic SPEED.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is up for a movie reboot, directed by Michael Bay Read More
Will smith premiere his “NEW” Movie trailer on Jimmy Kimmle live.
This is a story full of drama, faith, and triumph.
Will smith is still a comic Genius. Enjoy
If you are not familiar with the novel “Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the film The Great Gatsby will make you want to go out and pick up a copy of the book, to check for it’s accurate depiction of “novel to film”.
This ” 21st Century” version is a “third time” charmer that follows the narration of Nick Carroway Played by Toby MaGuire (SpiderMan, SeaBiscuit) who portrays a recovering “alcoholic” and writer, and tells of his personal experience about a mysterious man by the name of Jay Gatsby.
Jay Gatsby played by Leonardo DiCaprio (Django, Titanic) delivers a vulnerable yet transparent performance in his portrayal of Gatsby, a very successful, love obsessed man who cant seem to get over the past and his delusional love for Daisy...
In most Tyler Perry films we can expect to see story lines with characters with a moral compass that all Tyler Perry fans can take home and reflect upon and be inspired by, even in comedy. However in a film that has no “Madea” character and would normally gross $100 million or more world-wide in it’s opening weekend, the film only generated $4.9 million in it’s opening on Mother’s day weekend.
Every scene has to have a meaning, a purpose. To understand how to analyze a scene is to understand how to compose a scene. In this post we look at how to analyze a scene and what better to analyze than the classic film, Rush Hour 2!
2013′s Oblivion was released in North America this week. The Sci Fi adventure follows drone repair man Jack as he does his job in protecting machines that are converting post nuked earths ocean water into spaceship fuel.
The story was developed by the films Director, Joseph Kosinski in 2005 and originally intended to be a graphic novel for Radical Comics. In 2010 someone at Disney thought the story was good enough for a film and acquired the rights for Oblivion!
A lot of times writers find themselves in a bind. They have a desire to start a new story, but can not come up with a plot point that stands out to them. A great exercise that can help blow pass the frustration is “what if’s”. What Ifs are simple and fun! To do what if’s, all you have to do is write a list of the most incredible questions you would want to explore in a story. Start with “What if”, then write an extreme question. The question must pose a simple plot.
Below are a list of 10 “What If’s”...