When Hollywood Directors Make Adverts

Adverts used to be short clips aimed to make people buy products. They were aimed to be informative, yet convincing, but they have lacked that Hollywood touch for a very long time. But with advertisement reaching new heights in the past decades, commercials have grown exponentially along with them. And since they were lacking in […]

The Dancer (Review)

Guess what’s being released soon? None other than Cannes 2016 official selection, The Dancer. This amazing movie tells the story of a young lady and it’s entirely a true story as well. Marie-Louise Fuller (Soko) has been living her most of her life in the American Midwest, where it’s all rodeo wrangling and filthy farming. […]

Celluloid Social Club 20 year anniversary: 20 years of networking and screening

Everyone knows about the Celluloid Social Club, it’s that one particular networking event that doesn’t happen enough times per year. But it’s still an interesting experience. Last night’s was celebrating the 20th year of this quaint little event, in the compound top level of the Anza club. And it was extremely compact because 85% of […]

Infinity Baby (Review)

Welcome to the Not Distant Future, where it is possible to own babies that don’t age. Over at Infinity Baby, Neo Getwell (Nick Offerman) wants to keep his business growing strong. What does Infinity Baby do? Sell unaging infants to people for 20 grand, along with special instruction manuals. The main stories that the movie […]

Remembering Leslie Nielsen

While there are those that make comedy look so easy, it is anything but. Delivering a one-two punchline to get that gut-busting response from audiences requires, at the very least, pinpoint timing and a general sense of what people respond and relate to best. What’s even harder again, however, is achieving the same response with […]