Making a period piece in this day and age is very challenging, and in most cases they’re hit or miss. They can either be way too long, have a load of pacing issues, or poorly directed and acted. The Lost City of Z is the opposite of all those things. From the directing to the fantastic screenplay, The Lost City of Z fires on all cylinders. For it being a true story as well, it gets most of the facts straight and tells a story of explorer Percy Fawcett that most people haven’t even heard of. Everyone should know his story. Continue reading The Lost City of Z: Charlie Hunnam Perseveres in This Beautiful Period Piece (Review)
From Warner Bros and director Guy Ritchie comes King Arthur: Legend of The Sword. Starring Charlie Hunnam, Astrid Berges-Frisbey, Jude Law, Eric Bana and Djimon Honsou, the film is scheduled for release February 17, 2017. Continue reading King Arthur: Legend of The Sword Trailer Loaded with Action, Magic & Gigantic Elephant #SDCC2016
Crimson Peak felt like a guilty pleasure for me. I couldn’t tell if it was good or bad because I’m a sucker for Victorian Era stuff. I loved this film since I first saw the trailer for it; actually seeing it was just confirmation. But if you like the trailer, you’ll love the movie. It is exactly as advertised.