First Man follows Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling) through the 1960s and the legendary space mission that led him to be the first man to walk on the… Read more “First Man is a deeply personal retelling of Neil Armstrong’s incredible feat”
Three years after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) return to the island of Isla Nublar to save the remaining dinosaurs from a volcano that’s about to erupt. They soon encounter terrifying new breeds of gigantic dinosaurs, while uncovering a conspiracy that threatens the entire planet.
I’ve decided to start re-watching some of my favourite movies from when I was growing up—so that’s a lot of 90s and early 2000s flicks to get ready for. I know every generation feels like they had the best… but can you really deny the greatness of 90s kids movies? Lion King, Toy Story, Monsters Inc, Shrek, The Incredibles… they were fantastic. And one of my favourites was Spy Kids from 2001.
Earlier today, we talked about the sound editing category and what editors do. A mixer’s job is to make sure all of the different sounds come together… Read more “Best Sound Mixing — 2018 Oscars Picks”
Sound editors are the ones creating the sounds you hear in movies, whether it’s something original (dinosaurs or aliens) or something more common like the noises from… Read more “Best Sound Editing — 2018 Oscar Picks”
So this list is going to be a little all over the place. I’m not including many of the critically acclaimed movies in the running for awards, but instead focusing on just pure enjoyment. So check out my list below, and let me know what your favourites were on Twitter @reviewsbylauren!
Star Wars trailer season is truly upon us. We’ve got a few new big ones to talk about this week, and then a bunch of smaller movies as well, so let’s get right into it.
We’re really into the thick of it here. The Oscar-worthy trailers have mostly all arrived, but now we’re getting a lot of summer blockbuster fare as well. There’s also a few of those dramas in that weird lull between Oscar movies and summer blockbusters. It’s always interesting to see whether they’re the early Oscar contenders for next year, or if they’re just fluff to tide people over.
The Whistler Film Fest starts today and there’s so much on offer that it’s a little overwhelming. With over – world premieres and – Canadian premieres, it’s a hot ticket event. I’ve compiled a list of my top picks for each day of the festival: an easy guide to help you sort through everything going on. For a complete list, check it out here.
It’s like they’re taking ideas directly from a bunch of bad 1990s action movies you only watch on TV. It is so.horribly.bad.