Life at 24fps’ Favorite Movie Posters of 2015

I love when I finally start to see Best of the year lists.  Most of the time I agree with them, but sometimes I roll my eyes and move on. Most of my eye rolling concerns lists about "Best posters." I know taste is objective, but indie/foreign films aren't the only ones making great posters. I … Continue reading Life at 24fps’ Favorite Movie Posters of 2015

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10 hours later: My thoughts on the BatmanVSuperman Trailer

It's been 10 hours since I've seen the Batman V Superman trailer... After sleeping on it, I can say that the trailer wasn't the greatest. But it does have beautiful geek moments. Watch it here if you haven't watched it yet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fis-9Zqu2Ro Compared to the excellent Comic-Con trailer, it was always going to pale in … Continue reading 10 hours later: My thoughts on the BatmanVSuperman Trailer

The Entertaining Surprise of Mistress America

Ok, Mistress America is technically a very well reviewed film and liked by many...which doesn't merit much defense. However, I usually despise the combo of Noah Baumbach (his films are usually about white male's going through first world problems) and the annoying and overrated Greta Gerwig. And to my surprise, Mistress America turned out to be one … Continue reading The Entertaining Surprise of Mistress America

Warcraft and The New Era of Video Game to Film Adaptations

This past weekend, the long gestating and eagerly anticipated trailer for Warcraft was finally revealed at Blizzcon in Anaheim. When the two minute trailer ended, a wonderful conclusion was made: This film looks EPIC! Coming from Universal and Legendary, there was an assumption that it was going to have money and quality behind it. This is … Continue reading Warcraft and The New Era of Video Game to Film Adaptations

Desperate Characters and Lush Visuals: The Films of Sam Mendes

In anticipation for the Friday release of Spectre, we're going to look back on Sam Mendes' diverse and critically welcomed filmography. His transition from turning Tom Hanks into a believable gangster to making us think a Bond film can be Oscar worthy, is proof that Mendes is one of the best filmmakers working today. In the early 90's, he … Continue reading Desperate Characters and Lush Visuals: The Films of Sam Mendes