Category Archives: Movie Review

DRAMA TV Pilot of the Day: A PORTRAIT OF A SOLDIER, by Julia Zellie

Title: A PORTRAIT OF A SOLDIER  Written by: Julia Zellie Genre: Drama, War Type: TV PILOT LOGLINE: An affluent woman struggles to cope with the disappearance of her twin brother and husband during the Great War; whereas, their daughter writes … Continue reading

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BABY DRIVER – What the critics are saying about it!

98% of critics give it a positive review. Directed by Edgar Wright A talented, young getaway driver (Ansel Elgort) relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. But after being coerced into working … Continue reading

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THE BEGUILED – What the critics are saying about it!!

76% of critics love the film. Kidman knows how to find all the sweaty splendor in overheated material, but she has quiet fun with this one. May 26, 2017 | Full Review… Steve Pond TheWrap The character dynamics transfix … … Continue reading

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DRAMA TV Show of the Day: DUAL RELATIONSHIPS PROPOSAL, by John Serafinko

PITCH: Title: Dual Relationships: Proposal Written by: John Serafinko Type: TV PILOT Genre: Drama, Mystery Logline: Think Twin Peaks with a Wall Street edge to it. How far is a massage therapist willing to go when life rubs him the … Continue reading

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Read the best of NEW DRAMA TV SHOW Loglines:

Read the best of NEW DRAMA TV SHOW Loglines:  CLICK the links and read the pitches: SON OF A PREACHER MAN, by Brandon Edwards THIS AIN’T THE DMV, by Karla Ilic PLAY OF LIFE, by Lana Sokolaj LAWS OF PROTECTION, by Caretta … Continue reading

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Wings (1927) Movie Review. Starring: Gary Cooper, Clara Bow, Charles ‘Buddy’ Rogers

But friendship outweighs David’s anger for Jack and when it comes to it, he puts himself in harms way to protect Jack from enemy fire. His heroism leads to his plane being shot down in German territory. He escapes capture and manages to steal a German fighter the next day. Fleeing into the morning air, he is mistaken for a German pilot by, of all people, Jack, who believes David has died and has it in his heart to avenge his fallen friend. David tries to disclose his true identity but does so to no avail. He is fatally wounded and in his last remaining moments attempts to make a safe landing. When Jack learns of what has occurred he is devastated. Continue reading

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Movie Review: EASY RIDER (1969)

The film was produced for under $400,000 and was extremely successful at the box-office, breaking in a fresh wave of independent films known as ‘New Hollywood’, much like Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs would do 25 years later. It struck a chord with the alternative youth culture market on which the movie was based, with a pulsating rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack the likes of which had never been attached to film. Easy Rider would also break with many other Hollywood traditions, employing jump-cuts and flash forward transitions, uneven pacing and an improvisational style of acting and dialogue that includes in particular some of Jack Nicholson’s most memorable work. Continue reading

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