Saturday, October 12, 2013
Rush was a masterfully crafted film.
I went into the theater with an aversion to all things racing. My butt was only in the seat for two reasons: 1. There wasn't any other movie showing with an interesting trailer. 2. Ron Howard won over Machete Kills.
The difference between this and other race movies was the time given to developing the relationships between the characters. Usually, the drama is secondary to high throttle action--don't get me wrong, there is plenty of action--but this film is tricky. It is based on real events and the filmmakers actually develop human characters.
Rush has the proper distribution of action, sex, and drama to keep the average movie goer, and typical "car guy" alike, satiated.
The look of the film was beautiful as well. DPs/Cinematographers/Colorists should see it for the look alone.
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Tuesday, October 8, 2013
This was a bizarre movie. My interest was peaked because of their unique methods of production--i.g. filming without permission incognito at Disney World on DSLR--but I was happy to see greater production value than images invoked by those defining principles. This was well thought out to achieve the level of production it accomplishes without permissions, equipment, and especially under the stress of film making down low.
I don't really want to give away any of the plot. Besides, I'm not sure I could really reveal much besides what happens sequentially. I could hint at meaning but I think it is best to discover the film unadulterated. I recommend Escape from Tomorrow to all movie goers and would say it is a must see for all film makers.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
I'm working on this new short about Reciprocal Determinism and what it is we inherit exactly as we all cool to an even temperature as a society.
When feminine influences mix with sadomasochistic machismo of the past, what do we end up with?
Is it this cold calculated corporatism we all consume and clutter on along to?
What does it take to start anew?