CFN – I am always fascinated at the evolution of film making. Being one myself I’ve studied the history of film since its inception. Today more and more movies rely on digital technology for many areas that used to have full artistry. Director Tim Burton has been wrestling with Technology
CFN – Neverbloomers : the search for Grownuphood premieres tomorrow on the CBC Documentary channel. LINK Sharon Hyman’s first feature length doc is a generational retrospective navel gazing journey. It asks many questions; answers a few; but mostly what drew me to it and kept me watching was
CFN – Shame is a stunningly bleak and hopeless movie. It also is one of the best I’ve seen in the last year with not only stunning writing and direction; but truly magnificent performances by lead Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan,and Mr. Fassbender’s Penis. Director Steve McQueen doesn’t sugar coat
CFN – This movie is dark, distasteful and great. I have not read the books, and as an opening I will also mention that this review shall hold barely a Synopsis. Instead of a detail overview of what happened in this movie I shall give a brief overview. Because I
CFN – Sunday afternoons are such a nice time to go to a movie in the winter. So I paid my nearly $20 for a single seat and small popcorn with butter and settled in with some friends to watch War Horse, the new movie from director Stephen Spielberg.
CFN – Well, that looks like a shitty thriller… Invisible things turning people to ash! Sweet! Im going to watch this movie simply to see what the hell are those alien things, then write a review on how shitty it was… Yes… I shall do jut that… *See the movie*
CFN – First off, I enjoyed this movie thoroughly. No matter what I say after this, I really did enjoy this movie a lot. So please keep that in mind, as I try to stay objective in this review of the movie. Rise of the Planet of the Apes,