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"Hi I am Kimmy. Films, travel and special events make my life wonderful, and this blog is committed to sharing these wonders to the world.
And if you’re a sucker for short stories you can visit my other blog – 2amshortstories.wordpress.com – which is dedicated to these little stories coming out of my mind."
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9 hours ago by jimmykduong
Marvel's Daredevil: Season 3 | Featurette: The Return of Wilson Fisk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnmD83viXIg

Wilson Fisk is back, and has his sights set on destroying Daredevil once and for all. Charlie Cox, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Erik Oleson (Marvel's Daredevil Season 3 Showrunner) give an inside look at this iconic villain's return.
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13 hours ago by walt74
Bodyguard | Official Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLfLU6-9lxY

Set in and around the corridors of power, Bodyguard tells the story of David Budd (Richard Madden), a heroic, but volatile war veteran now working as a Specialist Protection Officer for London’s Metropolitan Police Service. When he is assigned to protect the ambitious Home Secretary Julia Montague (Keeley Hawes), Budd finds himself torn between his duty and his beliefs. Responsible for her safety, could he become her biggest threat? Bodyguard arrives on Netflix on October 24.
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13 hours ago by walt74
Hallmark “trees”
The sappy, saccharine Hallmark movie Falling for Vermont has everything: a Famous Author, a cozy bookstore, a gazebo, a “town meeting,” and fake trees.
movies  television 
23 hours ago by M.Leddy
Gegen die Wackelkamera! - Ein FILMANALYSE-Spezial
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeERehMcvE4

Damien Chazelle, der Regisseur von "Whiplash" und "La La Land", hat unglücklicherweise einen neuen Film gedreht: "Aufbruch zum Mond" erzählt die Geschichte von Neil Armstrong. In der Hauptrolle sehen wir Ryan Gosling, nein, falsch: wir sehen ihn leider kaum. Denn Chazelle hat diesen Film mit einer Wackelkamera gedreht.

Der permanente Einsatz der Wackelkamera ist ein Elend, das nicht enden will. Seiten Jahren ist die Wackelkamera in Kunst- und Mainstreamfilmen omnipräsent. Das muß aufhören! Aber warum konnte sich diese Ästhetik überhaupt durchsetzen? Wo hat sie ihre Berechtigung? Und welche Ideologie transportiert sie? Mehr dazu von Wolfgang M. Schmitt im Video!
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yesterday by walt74
'Incredibles 2' Director Brad Bird Shoots Down Plot Hole Theory
Recent years have seen fans become so critical of films that any piece of the narrative that isn't explicitly depicted on screen is considered a "plot hole" and likely becomes the subject of a social media takedown of a filmmaker's shortcomings and oversights. When one viewer attempted to point out an error in Incredibles 2, director Brad Bird noted that the lack of an explanation of the narrative specifics was because of the obvious logic that should have been demonstrated by a viewer. ...
One Twitter user claimed it was a plot hole that the audience was never shown the residents of the city learning about the details that led to the event, with Bird offering a rather mundane explanation of the narrative.
The filmmaker clarified, "I don’t agree that it’s a 'plot hole.' I assumed the audience would figure out that, once the boat was stopped, normal exchanges of information would happen between that crash and the villain being taken away. I didn’t need to SHOW it. Nothing worse than explaining the obvious."
movies  pixar 
yesterday by jimmykduong
“Halloween” and “Wildlife,” Reviewed | The New Yorker
Yet think of how Carpenter, so much leaner of method and more spatially aware than his successors, filled the last minute of “Halloween.” He showed us the danger areas where the Shape had lurked in that suburban haven: the stairs, the couch in the living room, the quiet street, the house where the story had been born. It was the best ending of its kind since Antonioni’s “L’Eclisse” (1962), which showed us the details of the trysting place where two lovers, now absent, used to meet in Rome: a fence, an unfinished building, a street lamp guttering to life. One director’s vision of metaphysical vacuity had mutated into another’s pulp horror, and, in both cases, we were seized with apprehension.
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yesterday by ajb

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