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Author: Gentry Thurman
Gentry is a writer, film buff, and actor currently living in Philadelphia. His loves include Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, and film noir. He views movies as building a modern mythology and likes to figure how and why they get people to spend money on them.
Plenty of talented, well-known directors have attempted a Dune adaptation. So why have all these films been giant failures?
The anticipation continues to build for the arrival of Dune on screens next year as the all-star cast begins to take shape.
We look at the under-the-radar and just plain strange movies set to hit theaters in 2019 in part 2 of this series.
Everyone is too busy talking about Avengers and Star Wars to realize there are some truly bizarre gems coming our way this year.
The Academy doesn’t actually like Black Panther. Green Book and A Star is Born are derivative. Emily Blunt gets shut out again. And more on all the snubs and weirdness of this year’s Oscar nominations.
This year’s “blockbuster season” is starting earlier, running longer, and filled with absolutely massive films. Let’s break it and down and make some predictions.
Marvel Studios could have dropped the ball on one of Marvel’s oddest looking villains. Instead he looks positively awesome in our first look at Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Well-made comedies are as difficult to construct as well-made dramas, which is why the Oscars should recognize Crazy Rich Asians.
We saw many of the blockbusters in 2018 avoid dark overtones and grim violence. The blockbusters of 2019 are saying ‘screw that’.