Tag: movie editorials
The 90s provided a wealth of action movies from the campy to the iconic. At the tail end of the decade, however, The Matrix came in and changed the way action films appeared on screen and how they were made. Today, I’m taking a look at how it drastically altered the Action Movie genre, the key person behind it.
While both Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War and DC’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice are based on a similar premise, the trailers indicate that they may be telling opposite stories. A study of what we know so far illustrates the different approaches both films are taking.
The Force Awakens’ new villain, Kylo Ren, has been intriguing fans since our first glimpse over a year ago in the teaser trailer. Now that we've seen him in action, it's clear he's a terrifying menace unlike any we've seen in the Saga so far. Come inside to check out my breakdown of the new big bad and why everyone should worry about him.
Hollywood is remake crazy these days, so Cinelinx is taking a look at what makes a good remake and what makes a bad one. We'll be examining examples of some cinematic remakes; some that work and some that don’t. In the second in our series articles, we look at a remake that definitely did NOT work...The Wicker Man (2006)!
Over the last few years, in an age where multiple blockbusters are vying for attention, filmmakers have had to step up their marketing game, giving us some of the best movie trailers ever. This week, I’m breaking down the most engaging trailers we’ve seen in the past five years.