Years from now, are you going to think about that internet video that got a million views your friend sent you, or that film that changed your life?
We would like to welcome Philippa Boyens, an Oscar-winning screenwriter and co-producer of The Hobbit, King Kong and District 9. The third and the last part of The Hobbit called The Battle of the Five Armies will premiere this month all over the world.
My last day at the Sundance Film Festival ended with a big bang: The Raid 2, Gareth Evans' sequel to his eye-popping 2011 action film The Raid. And it was a good day prior to that, with a pair of mysterious films -- one a sci-fi thriller, one a marital comedy -- and most of an eye-opening documentary.
I'm not a fashion critic but certainly a more than casual consumer. I know what I like and I think I know what works and pushes boundaries. N.I.C.E. Collective is making great, well-constructed, minimalistic handsome gear that is modern and ready for the next frontier.
Blomkamp has moved on to bigger and better things with District 9 and Elysium but the question remains -- what if?
Christ insisted on the oneness of all humanity. And if we truly understand that we are all one, that we are truly brothers and sisters, there would be no yawning chasm in the health care afforded the rich and the poor.
I was so blown away by Elysium that I need two reviews to describe why I think it's the best movie of this summer by far, and probably of 2013.
Sharlto Copley talks about working on a film with Angelina Jolie in the upcoming film "Maleficent."
Anyone who thought District 9 might be some sort of newcomer fluke needs only watch the first few minutes of Elysium to see that Neill Blomkamp is the real thing: a visionary filmmaker with a headful of dystopia and the story-telling ability to give it some punch.