Disney adaptations of classic stories are hardly faithful, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. But it is troubling when the company defines a story so much to the point that we forget the true spirit of it. In particular, The Jungle Book by Ruyard Kipling is such a case.
Disney's 1967 animated classic is mostly remembered fondly, and I myself own it on Platinum Edition. While it is a shame that it couldn't be closer to the original story due to Disney himself finding it too dark for children, it's still a lighthearted, pleasant adventure with fun songs. In 2016, Disney...
Superman's one of the most popular superheroes ever made. Because of his popularity he has had eight live action films. Justice League is excluded, because Superman doesn't have a big enough role in that film for it to count.
8. Superman and the Mole Man
Although the first Christopher Reeve Superman is considered to be the first Superman this obscure film from the 1950s is Superman's first film. The film has George Reeves as Superman who also played Superman in a live action TV show. The film was made during a time period where it was really hard to make good...
Love can be blissful. But, it can also be complicated. In fact, it’s these complications that have made for some of the most interesting storylines in the movies. They’ve even coined their own genre – the romantic-comedy or rom-com.
The new indie feature film, “Toss It,” is taking things a step further by showcasing a seriously entangled love dilemma in a way that delivers it as an ‘anti-romantic comedy’ way. The film and its stars are quickly emerging fan-favs on the festival circuit, including rising actress Jenny Zerke. She steps into the story as...
A lot of the most popular film series have three films. I think that the Batman film trilogy that was directed by Christopher Nolan and starred Christian Bale is better than any film trilogy of any genre.
This review is to defend the quality of the Batman trilogy and is not meant to offend anybody who likes other film trilogies before. After reading my review feel free to comment about your favorite film trilogy and what you think of the three Christian Bale Batman films.
I know that a lot of Batman fans would disagree with this, but I think that Batman and Robin is very overhated. Batman and Robin is a 1997 film that has become really hated by Batman fans. However I think that there's a lot of stuff in this film to like.
5. This film's versions of the heroes are well done.
I think that George Clooney's version of Batman actually works well. People have compared it to Adam West's Batman, but I think that it's good that there are things in common between them. Mr. Clooney has the same wholesome charm of Mr. West. Mr. Clooney's Batman...
Batman has been the star of various shows and films. In addition to that Batman has been played by several different actors. This list is about my ranking of the live action versions of Batman.
Robert Lowery (Batman and Robin Movie Serial)
Adam West is actually the third live action Batman. There were two movie serials that came out in the 1940s. Sadly both movie serials are too outdated to be exciting. Because of that Mr. Lowery didn't get a chance to shine as Batman. Despite the movie serial's outdated qualities it did help Batman become more popular so Mr. Lowery's...
Ever wonder what it would be like to flirt with Owen Wilson? How about Ed Helms? Do you think you could keep a straight face?
Well, that’s exactly what actress SARAH SKEIST did for her latest role in the Warner Bros. road-trip comedy “FATHER FIGURES.”
The film follows two fraternal twin brothers (Owen and Ed) as they head out on a search for their father. This quest kicks off after their mom (played by Glenn Close) lets it slip that she’s not exactly sure who their ‘real’ dad is. Sarah joins in as a fun and flirty Flight Attendant the guys...
'Little Bitches' is an upcoming teen comedy that is packed with a young up-and-coming cast, including Jennette McCurdy (iCarly), Kiersey Clemons (Flatliners, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising), Virginia Gardner (Project Almanac), Moises Arias ("Hannah Montana" Ender’s Game), Adrian Voo (Amateur Night) and Chloe Bridges (The Final Girls, “Daytime Divas”).
The official plot line:
When they're freshman, three high school students vow to open their college acceptance letters together at their senior bash. Along the way, life conspires to pull them apart, and the...