Twenty movie – Puro Veinte http://puroveinte.com/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 10:55:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://puroveinte.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-120x120.png Twenty movie – Puro Veinte http://puroveinte.com/ 32 32 The Dark Movie Exposing Jeffrey Epstein’s House of Horrors https://puroveinte.com/the-dark-movie-exposing-jeffrey-epsteins-house-of-horrors/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 08:19:57 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/the-dark-movie-exposing-jeffrey-epsteins-house-of-horrors/ Jeffrey Epstein was a monster, and his cursed spirit lives in The scary of the sixty-first, a wild indie comeback (December 3 in LA; December 17 in New York; December 24 in VOD) that skillfully straddles the line between serious giallo homage and wacky topical joke. Directed and co-written by Dasha Nekrasova (from Succession glory), […]]]>

Jeffrey Epstein was a monster, and his cursed spirit lives in The scary of the sixty-first, a wild indie comeback (December 3 in LA; December 17 in New York; December 24 in VOD) that skillfully straddles the line between serious giallo homage and wacky topical joke. Directed and co-written by Dasha Nekrasova (from Succession glory), it uses the crimes of the late pedophile financier as a launching pad for Italian-style Sapphic horror, offering an odd mix of sincerity and silliness that makes Nekrasova a talented filmmaker to watch.

Account Suspiria, The beyond and Repulsion like some of his many touchstones, The scary of the sixty-first focuses on friends in their twenties, Noelle (Madeline Quinn) and Addie (Betsey Brown), who move into an Upper East Side apartment in Manhattan that includes glitzy old furniture from the previous tenant, as well as a Murphy bed whose mattress, we shall soon learn, is covered with mysterious stains. While cleaning up the place, they find a collection of rotten and stale food, which prompts Noelle to criticize Addie for her “poverty state of mind” (because she rejected her wealthy father’s monetary aid), and pushes Addie to cleanse her room of bad energy. by burning incense. More ominously still, Noelle stumbles upon a tarot card from “The Sun” in her bathroom cabinet, while Addie spies the claw marks on the interior walls of her closet and uncomfortably stares at the mirror on the ceiling just above. above his air mattress.

Something is seriously wrong with this abode, and that impression is amplified from the start by Nekrasova, whose opening credits sequence is a collection of spooky close-ups of carved gargoyle faces and cherubic angels on the facade of the house. ‘an apartment building in New York City, and upward panoramas (and aerial shots) of the city’s gray streets and skylines. In a way not unlike Peter Strickland (Fabric), the director operates in a transparent Dario Argento mode, filled with false 16mm printing imperfections and a synthesized score to give the debates a vintage vibe. This is further underscored by the tale itself, about two young beauties moving into an alluring new residence full of bizarre doorways, creepy hallways and creepy basements, to find out – with help from an enigmatic stranger – that something supernaturally sinister is going on. there and fit to devour them whole.

The intruder in Addie and Noelle’s life ends up being an unnamed woman played by Nekrasova (here credited as “the girl”), who breaks into the duo’s apartment while Noelle is at home and immediately reveals that it was a “flophouse orgy” owned by none other than Jeffrey Epstein. “Maybe he lodged his slaves here,” she opines a few minutes after meeting Noelle, and the frankness with which she introduces that twist – and begins to give all sorts of details about her “investigation” into Epstein’s Sex Crimes – is both funny and in keeping with the general dreamlike atmosphere Nekrasova conjures up. In truth giallo form, The scary of the sixty-first exists in an unreal landscape of terror and desire, foreboding and paranoia, and so the bonkers quality of this Epstein bomb doesn’t seem out of place at all; on the contrary, it turns out to be a natural fit, given Epstein’s own connections to the kind of crazy Satanic Pizzagate panic that often leads to thrillers like this.

With a strangely impassive face, Nekrasova’s daughter proclaims: “I’m not like normal people. I am obsessed with political struggle. Turns out she’s also a source of Epstein’s conspiracy theories suspicious of the federal government, convinced the financier was murdered rather than committed suicide, and curious about the Caribbean ‘pedophile island’ that he owned, which YouTube videos indicate boasted of a square structure covered in suspicious white and blue lines. Such patterns will reappear later in The scary of the sixty-first, which becomes more and more sinister once Addie falls under the cursed spell of his apartment. Having been rejected by Noelle (who she had previously had a college date with), Addie seeks solace in the arms of her losing boyfriend Greg (Mark Rapaport), whom she annoys during sex by asking him to pretend she is underage, culminating with the demon. expressed request: “Fuck me like I’m 13!”

Epstein’s pedophile evil has plagued Addie, who begins to masturbate frantically on the steps of the billionaire’s other New York City properties, sucking her thumb like sucking on something else entirely and furiously rubbing her crotch with items and pictures of Prince Andrew. Finally flooded with screaming red light, The scary of the sixty-first is a cheeky yet ironic censorship of Epstein and Andrew as pedophile predators who apparently carried out their illicit activities in five apartment buildings whose locations together create a Satanic geographic pentagram. Between episodes of love and espionage, including the discovery that Addie ordered a silver spoon commemorating Andrew and Fergie’s wedding! “It’s an exaggeration of hilarious absurdity, with Nekrasova confusing fantasy and reality, solemnity and schlockiness, for an ace effect.

Epstein’s pedophile evil has plagued Addie, who begins to masturbate frantically on the steps of the billionaire’s other New York City properties, sucking her thumb like sucking on something else entirely and furiously rubbing her crotch with items and pictures of Prince Andrew.

A visit to a magical apothecary that results in the acquisition of an obsidian stone is also taken into account in this sordid story, so sexualized that it achieves the significant feat of raising her temperature and making people laugh. the same time. Hearing that Addie likes everything British, Nekrasova’s daughter remarks, “Anglophilia is one thing, but pedophilia …”, to which Noelle replies, “What kind of fucking bootlicker cuck is. even in the royal family? ” Nekrasova and Quinn’s script flaunts Andrew’s supposed guilt across the audience’s face, via Addie behaving profane with her image, and with an unholy ritual sacrifice and murder finale that marries old-school elegance with the modern spirit.

Clearly, The scary of the sixty-first won’t go well at Buckingham Palace, but her use of real-world malice and scandal for kicking B movies is assured, in large part thanks to the stewardship of Nekrasova, who has a knack for the disorienting nightmare irrationality of the 70s and 80s exploitation efforts. Her directorial debut can come across as a lustful lark at times, but it’s nonetheless an accomplished film that suggests she has even bolder work in her future.


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Impressive Donnie Yen film skyrockets the Disney Plus charts https://puroveinte.com/impressive-donnie-yen-film-skyrockets-the-disney-plus-charts/ Sat, 27 Nov 2021 18:02:22 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/impressive-donnie-yen-film-skyrockets-the-disney-plus-charts/ Donnie Yen may be one of the greatest action heroes of the modern age, but his entry into Hollywood blockbusters has only really accelerated in recent years. It’s done Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, xXx: The Return of Alex Cage and John Wick: Chapter 4 in fairly rapid succession, but its bread and butter […]]]>

Donnie Yen may be one of the greatest action heroes of the modern age, but his entry into Hollywood blockbusters has only really accelerated in recent years.

It’s done Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, xXx: The Return of Alex Cage and John Wick: Chapter 4 in fairly rapid succession, but its bread and butter will always remain Hong Kong cinema. The 58-year-old produces at least one local production every year, and the latest installment of one of his most recent and successful franchises has become the latest surprising title to find new life on Disney Plus.

ip man 4 the finale

Ip Man 4: The Final, as you might have understood from the title, is the final chapter in the saga that saw Yen headline a quartet of increasingly dramatized tales focused on the life of the titular master of marital arts. Each of them scored at least 76% on Rotten Tomatoes and they combined to make over $ 400 million at the box office, so this is also one of the most underrated multi-movie sagas that fans have ever seen. action may have been missed.

However, according to FlixPatrol, Ip Man 4: The Final crashed into the most-watched list on Disney Plus with an eye on the Top 20 already, and that’s the least Yen deserves when delivering premium martial arts epics for decades.


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The typical American catharsis from the movie Thanksgiving https://puroveinte.com/the-typical-american-catharsis-from-the-movie-thanksgiving/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 10:47:42 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/the-typical-american-catharsis-from-the-movie-thanksgiving/ 25 November 2021 25 November 2021 Christmas movies run the gamut of romantic comedies (Last holidays) action films (Die hard) to cheerfully saucy comedies (Bad santa claus). But there’s really only one type of Thanksgiving movie: dysfunctional family drama. They are films about family feuds, reconciliations and revelations, and they constitute what the late critic […]]]>

Christmas movies run the gamut of romantic comedies (Last holidays) action films (Die hard) to cheerfully saucy comedies (Bad santa claus). But there’s really only one type of Thanksgiving movie: dysfunctional family drama.

They are films about family feuds, reconciliations and revelations, and they constitute what the late critic Roger Ebert has called “a quintessentially North American group of films.” From young people reinventing and reorienting culinary traditions in front of their horrified elders, to travel nightmares and the long-suppressed grievances and traumas that surface, Thanksgiving cinema can be both tumultuous and frightening. The best examples of the genre, however, usually manage to combine the two into relatable stories that reflect and allay our universal vacation anxieties.

A recurring theme is the tension between the generations. In April songs (2003), Katie Holmes stars as April, a New Yorker in her twenties who drags her terminally ill mother, as well as her father, brothers and grandmother, from Northern Ontario. State for Thanksgiving dinner in town. The film captures a certain indelible angst only in their twenties of having inherited family traditions, recreating the conventions of suburban vacations in cramped city apartments and the scale of the operation required to serve the expected feast.

April is the black sheep of the family and her oven breaks down at the start of the film; a part of April songsIn the best scenes, she plaintively knocks on her neighbors’ door to ask for help. To make matters worse, April’s family appear to have only made the trip to town to ultimately avoid spending more time with them. “That way, instead of April showing up with a new piercing or an ugly new tattoo and, God forbid, spends the night… we’re on our way home,” said the mother of April, Joy (played by scene thief Patricia Clarkson) in the car. A bait and switch subplot about April’s boyfriend, Bobby (Derek Luke), who is black, hasn’t aged well at all, but this represents another of the main Thanksgiving stressors: introduce a new partner to the family.

Krisha (2015) is another family black sheep movie, although it is not a comedy. At times almost unbearably tense, it revolves around the homecoming of the main character, a 60+ year old alcoholic (Krisha Fairchild), for Thanksgiving, where she has promised to cook turkey for her huge and skeptical clan. Director Trey Edward Shults (who would later direct the stunning post-apocalypse film It comes at night) mainly chose her own non-professional family members and filmed at her parents’ house in Texas. The truth style is baffling and confusing, heightened by the intrusive score of a horror film. Krisha is a tormented soul and her family’s mistrust of her seems well deserved. For anyone who has seen a family member become addicted to drugs, Krisha will make viewing particularly uncomfortable.

Immigrants and historically marginalized people – not all of whom would be inclined to patriotic celebrations – also fall under the Thanksgiving genre. What is cooking? (2000) is a turn-of-the-century time capsule that depicts the secrets and struggles of four loosely related families: a black, a Latino, a Jewish, and a Vietnamese-American. In every family, someone struggles to be accepted: Michael (Eric George) lost the affection of his father (Dennis Haysbert) when he dropped out of Stanford business school and prepared to pursue an African education -american to Howard. Gina (Isidra Vega) brings her Vietnamese-American boyfriend Jimmy (Will Yun Lee) home to meet his family, while Jimmy skips the holidays with his strict immigrant parents, who struggle to assimilate their children into the culture. American. Carla (Juliana Margulies) and Rachel (Kyra Sedgwick) are a lesbian couple still forced to sleep in beds separated by Rachel’s conservative parents.

What is cooking? turns into tired melodrama in the final act, but it remains notable for how it skillfully foreshadows contemporary culture wars. There are closed lesbians, uncomfortable ebony talks, interracial couples, and a reactionary California governor who wants to crack down on immigration and welfare cheaters (presumably based on Republican Pete Wilson, who signed the infamous State Proposition 187 in 1994). It’s also a reminder that the tense holiday dinner conversation didn’t start with former President Donald Trump. And beneath the film’s simmering Y2K politics, there are human beings who want to be accepted, loved, and forgiven by those closest to them.

In What to cook ?, Like many Thanksgiving movies, the dreaded vacation journey takes place mostly offscreen before the live action begins. A movie that stands out only for the “getting there” aspect of Thanksgiving is the legendary comedy Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987). Marketing manager Neal (Steve Martin) returns home to Chicago for Thanksgiving after a business trip to New York when he meets Del (John Candy), a shower curtain salesman (!) Who steals Neal’s cab. at LaGuardia Airport. Their destinies intertwine over and over again as their flight is diverted to Wichita, their train to St. Louis breaks down and their adventure unfolds in an even more hilarious way. Known to some primarily for the iconic scene in which Neal berates a rental car agent with an expletive request for a vehicle, all vehicle, the film speaks to anyone who experiences growing anxiety about crowded vacation airports, long lines, and the ever-present threat of being stranded in the middle of nowhere with bad weather or bad weather. misfortune.

What is a classic of the Thanksgiving genre is, of course, a take on bird fighting: scorched turkeys, turkeys falling to the ground, undercooked turkeys, and arguing over whether the turkey is done, all in the service of a creature that really does require extraordinary effort not to taste like expensive cardboard. “Look at all the work just to give the food flavor”, launches the Vietnamese grandmother (Kieu Chinh) in What is cooking?. Generations of American chefs enlisted in the turkey service may sympathize.

In Home for the holidays (1995), the hapless turkey ends up spilling over onto Joanne (Cynthia Stevenson), the homophobic sister of the main character, Claudia (Holly Hunter). Freshly laid off Chicago single mom – Chicago is in so many of these movies, perhaps because of legendary winter delays at O’Hare International Airport – Claudia returns to Baltimore for Thanksgiving with her parents, sister, and brother. Sibling rivalry dominates the film, which revolves around Claudia’s brother Tommy (Robert Downey, Jr.), who brought in his friend Leo (Dylan McDermott) as a trick to avoid telling his parents about his recent marriage to Jack ( Sam Slovick). Like so many dysfunctional family dramas, the real tension in Home for the holidays is between relatives who find it difficult to accept that people who share their DNA have made such divergent life choices.

What these movies, and the many others on Thanksgiving, illustrate is how a party meant to cement family bonds often has the unintended effect of unraveling them.

Even if you come from a loving and functioning family with no history of trauma or resentment, you will recognize some of the inevitable stresses of traveling long distances to cram into a house together, while trying not to let the brevity reunions put too much pressure on everyone to enjoy it. It’s not really the policy that many people find the most taxing about vacation gatherings, but the difficulty of finding time and space for oneself, and fending off endless comments about who’s taken or lost. weight, when you are going to have children or have more children or get married – in other words, the difficulty of dealing with a multitude of inquiries while everyone is asking when you will become what you should rather be than accepting who you really are.

Watching his son and son-in-law engage in a ridiculous brawl on the lawn, the emotionally deaf family patriarch of Home for the holidays, played by Charles Durning, turns to the shocked neighbors and says, “Go back to your own god vacation — ed.” This is, in the end, the emotion that these films are probably designed to evoke. And after nearly two years of pandemic restrictions, we may even show additional appreciation for the days when we to do have together.

And maybe, if we’re lucky, we’ll feel less like April’s sardonic and distant mom and more like Claudia (Anne Bancroft), who hovers in tears outside the airport gate at the airport. end of the movie. “There’s never enough time, right? That’s what I hate about planes,” she told her husband. “I don’t think I’ll ever see my kids again.”


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Holiday Movie Preview: 25 Great Movies, From Spidey to Gaga to The Beatles | national news https://puroveinte.com/holiday-movie-preview-25-great-movies-from-spidey-to-gaga-to-the-beatles-national-news/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 16:51:56 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/holiday-movie-preview-25-great-movies-from-spidey-to-gaga-to-the-beatles-national-news/ The holidays are knocking on your door, they’ve brought guests, and those guests want to be entertained. Fortunately, with the holidays comes the holiday movie season, full of awards season shows and large-scale blockbusters. Movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence direct ‘Don’t Look Up’, Adam McKay’s ending-of-the-world ensemble comedy, which was once thought to […]]]>

The holidays are knocking on your door, they’ve brought guests, and those guests want to be entertained.

Fortunately, with the holidays comes the holiday movie season, full of awards season shows and large-scale blockbusters.

Movie stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence direct ‘Don’t Look Up’, Adam McKay’s ending-of-the-world ensemble comedy, which was once thought to be a distant thing and now feels like it’s maybe just one or two Thanksgiving. In it, Leo and J. Law play a pair of astronomers who spot a comet that could be heading towards Earth. Plan accordingly.

Other flagship movies in the vacation pipeline include a new “Spider-Man” movie, a return to “The Matrix” and an update on “West Side Story”. Ready for more? Here are 25 great movies that will hit theaters and home before the ball falls on New Years Eve. (As always, dates are subject to change.)

1. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” – Tom Holland’s third “Spider-Man” adventure (after “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in 2017 and “Spider-Man: Far From Home” in 2019) opens a multiverse possibilities, with villains (and other heroes?) from previous Spidey films invited to the party. Hang on to your hat. (In theaters December 17)

2. “Don’t Look Up” – Writer-director Adam McKay (“The Big Short”, “Vice”) faces the end of the world in a comedy that hopefully doesn’t strike too close to home. With Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, Meryl Streep, Timothée Chalamet, Chris Evans and many more. (In theaters December 10, on Netflix December 24)

3. “House of Gucci” – Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons star in Ridley Scott’s soapy epic about the power of fashion, family at its center and the murder that brought it about. rocked to its foundation. Haute couture, great drama. (In theaters Wednesday)

4. “The Beatles: Get Back” – Whatever? Not Peter Jackson, who has never encountered material he couldn’t turn into a trilogy. The director of “Lord of the Rings” originally crafted this paper on making the Beatles’ final album as a standalone film, but it has since been made into a three-part film, which will run over six. time. (Thursday Disney +)

5. “Encanto” – In Disney’s latest animated tale, a family in the mountains in Colombia has special powers, except for a child, Mirabel (voiced by Stéphanie Beatriz). But when the family’s powers are threatened, only Mirabel can save the day. With John Leguizamo, Wilmer Valderrama and more. (In theaters Wednesday)

6. “The Matrix Resurrections” – Red pill or blue pill? We’ll take the one that lets us forget “The Matrix Reloaded” and “The Matrix Revolutions”, the disappointing 2003 sequel to the original 1999 “Matrix”. Hopefully this return to the machine goes better. (In theaters and on HBO Max December 22)

7. “West Side Story” – Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler star in Steven Spielberg’s update on the 1957 Broadway musical, which was adapted for the screen in 1961 and won 10 Oscars, including that of best film. The film was originally slated for release last Christmas, but has been delayed due to the pandemic. (In theaters December 10)

8. “The Unforgivable” – Sandra Bullock returns to Netflix, after the smashing 2018 hit “Bird Box,” for this update on the 2009 UK miniseries, about a woman trying to get her life back on track after having served a prison sentence for the murder of two police officers. Vincent D’Onofrio, Viola Davis and Jon Bernthal co-star. (On Netflix December 10)

9. “A Journal for Jordan” – Based on “A Journal for Jordan: A Story of Love and Honor” by Dana Canedy, Denzel Washington directs this drama – his first since “Fenches” in 2016 – which follows a soldier stationed in Iraq (Michael B. Jordan) who keeps a diary to give to her baby. Also with Chante Adams. (In theaters December 25)

10. “Licorice Pizza” – The latest from Paul Thomas Anderson (“Boogie Nights”, “There Will Be Blood”) is a 1970s love story about a young con artist (Cooper Hoffman, son of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman) and his long-term pursuit of his crush, Alana (Alana Haim). (In theaters Friday)

11. “Being the Ricardos” – Lucy, I’m home! Writer-director Aaron Sorkin goes behind the scenes of “I Love Lucy” during a particularly hectic week of production where Lucille Ball (Nicole Kidman) is accused of being a Communist, among other distractions. With Javier Bardem, JK Simmons and more. (On Amazon Prime December 21)

12. “American Underdog” – Zachary Levi drops his “Shazam!” costume to tell a different kind of superhero story, the real-life story of Kurt Warner, who went from storage shelves in a grocery store story to becoming a Super Bowl-winning NFL quarterback. With Anna Paquin and Dennis Quaid. (In theaters December 25)

13. “Bruised” – Halle Berry makes her directorial debut in this story about MMA veteran Jackie Justice (Berry), who returns to the sport to face the defending champion while facing the unexpected return of her young son, whom she renounced adoption after birth. (On Netflix Wednesday)

14. “C’mon C’mon” – Joaquin Phoenix stars as a radio reporter who is forced to deal with his sister’s son in writer-director Mike Mills’ tender drama (“20th Century Women” ), which was partially filmed in Detroit. Gabby Hoffman, Scoot McNairy and Woody Norman are also on the bill. (In theaters December 3)

15. “Sing 2” – Buster Moon (voiced by Matthew McConaughey) is back, looking to put on another great show, in this sequel to the 2016 hit. Voices from Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Taron Egerton, Halsey and more, and a new song from U2 on the soundtrack. (In theaters December 22)

16. “The Tragedy of Macbeth” – Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand director Joel Coen’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s drama, about the power struggle for the crown in Scotland. Starring Brendan Gleeson, Harry Melling, Sean Patrick Thomas, Stephen Root and more. (In theaters December 25, on Apple TV + January 14)

17. “The King’s Man” – The third installment in the “The Kingsman” series goes back in time, telling the origin story that led to the events of 2014’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service”. Starring Ralph Fiennes, Djimon Hounsou, Rhys Ifans and more, and originally scheduled for November 2019 (In theaters December 22)

18. “Nightmare Alley” – In his first film since the award for best film “The Shape of Water”, Guillermo del Toro returns with this thriller about a carny (Bradley Cooper) who has a gift for manipulating spirits who meets her match in a psychiatrist (Cate Blanchett). Also with Toni Collette, Willem Dafoe, Rooney Mara and more. (In theaters December 17)

19. “The Power of the Dog” – Benedict Cumberbatch is a cranky cowboy in Jane Campion’s story of a rancher with an attitude in 1920s Montana. Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons play breeding brothers, with Kirsten Dunst as the wife of the character of Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee as the son who introduces himself and stirs the pot. (On Netflix December 1)

20. “The Tender Bar” – Ben Affleck is a Long Island bartender who distributes drinks and tips to his patrons, including his nephew JR (Tye Sheridan) in George Clooney’s coming-of-age drama . (In theaters December 17, on Amazon Prime Video January 7)

21. “Red Rocket” – Former MTV VJ Simon Rex Leads Most Improbable Big Screen Comeback of the Year in Writer-Director Sean Baker’s Comedy (“The Florida Project”) About Former Pornstar who returns to his hometown of Texas. (In theaters December 3)

22. “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City” – The ongoing zombie killing streak (this is the seventh film in the franchise) is rebooted, minus Milla Jovovich, with Kaya Scodelario at the helm. (In theaters Wednesday)

23. “Flee” – This acclaimed animated documentary, this year’s Sundance Film Festival winner, follows the story of a man who leaves his home country of Afghanistan and travels to Denmark as a refugee. (In theaters December 3)

24. “The Lost Girl” – Oscar winner Olivia Colman stars in writer-director Maggie Gyllenhaal’s psychological drama about a woman who becomes obsessed with a mother and daughter while on vacation. (In theaters December 17th, on Netflix December 31st)

25. “The Humans” – A Thanksgiving drama about a family getting together for the holidays, based on the one-act play by Stephen Karam and starring Richard Jenkins, Steven Yeun, Beanie Feldstein and more. (In theaters and Showtime Wednesdays)

10 others to watch:

It’s the 1980s, and there’s no better gift to find under the tree than a Nintendo entertainment system in “8-Bit Christmas” (on HBO Max Wednesday); a boy thinks he’s a wolf in “Wolf”, by writer-director Nathalie Biancheri (in theaters December 3); Paul Verhoeven (“Basic Instinct”, “Starship Troopers”) takes on a 17th century convent in “Benedetta” (in theaters December 3, on demand December 21); the popular book series returns with the animated “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” (on Disney + December 3); the world is ending, but let’s not spoil it Christmas is the theme of the apocalyptic holiday tale “Silent Night” (in theaters December 3); Riz Ahmed plays a man trying to protect his children from the threat of an alien invasion in “Encounter” (on Amazon Prime Video December 10); star football player defends athlete rights in “National Champions” (in theaters December 10); director Paolo Sorrentino (“Youth”, “The New Pope”) looks back on his own childhood in Naples in the 1980s in “The Hand of God” (on Netflix December 15); a man facing a terminal illness (Mahershala Ali) has the opportunity to replace himself with a clone in “Swan Song” (on Apple TV + on December 17th); and “Parallel Mothers” (in theaters December 24), the latest from Pedro Almodovar, is about two women (Penelope Cruz and Milena Smit) and their trajectories through motherhood.

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Cinematic Moments Remembered at Hollywood Wardrobe Connection | New https://puroveinte.com/cinematic-moments-remembered-at-hollywood-wardrobe-connection-new/ Sat, 20 Nov 2021 14:14:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/cinematic-moments-remembered-at-hollywood-wardrobe-connection-new/ MAYSVILLE Jeff Castillo said his business is constantly evolving. Jeff and his wife, Tammy, own the Hollywood Wardrobe Connection on East Second Street in Maysville. They sell clothing, shoes and recognizable items worn by main actors, extras and musicians in movies, TV shows or in concert. “It started in memories, strictly memories,” said Jeff Castillo. […]]]>

MAYSVILLE Jeff Castillo said his business is constantly evolving.

Jeff and his wife, Tammy, own the Hollywood Wardrobe Connection on East Second Street in Maysville. They sell clothing, shoes and recognizable items worn by main actors, extras and musicians in movies, TV shows or in concert.

“It started in memories, strictly memories,” said Jeff Castillo. “Strictly props and costumes recognizable by specific actors from movies, and we’ve been doing this online, only online for direct sale and auction since 2003.”

Hollywood Wardrobe Connection is a division of Castillos’ other company, Icons of Pop Culture. The difference: The former sells clothes and other items to the public, while the latter auctions memorabilia online to collectors, investors and museums.

The Castillos opened their store in Maysville in early October, but have been in the clothing business for three years and souvenirs for 20 years. There is a wide range of sizes, including a dress Martina McBride wore in concert, a dress from the canceled TV series “LA’s Finest” and size XXL or larger shirts from Kevin James.

Accessories you can see in the shop include the “Verdell” dog food bowl from the 1997 movie “As Good As It Gets”, posters from “Friends” and other shows and movies; and part of a glove used in the 1980s “The Empire Strikes Back.”

The Castillos frequently went to conventions in search of Star Wars posters. A favorite memory: the 1987 convention in Los Angeles to celebrate the film’s 10th anniversary.

“We ended up in an auditorium where Anthony Daniels, the guy who played C-3PO, was going to do a presentation, Q&A, and then free autographs for everyone in the auditorium,” Castillo said. “… He walked out with one of his costumed hands, and everyone went crazy.”

“You can see that it has seen better days and that all the metal components are missing. After (Daniels) wears it for a few days and it cracks, they pull it out and remove all the pieces of metal, apply them to another hand, and throw that one in the trash.

Tammy Castillo has deep roots in Maysville – her father, Ray Johnson, once worked at the Russell Theater, which opened in 1930 and is available for weekly film screenings. He still lives in Maysville.

Relocating the business to Mason County was a joint decision.

“I thought we could still do it using the internet,” Tammy Castillo said.

Among the items you see on the brick walls of the store are posters of the iconic “Friends” TV show.

“People want a part of the show,” Tammy Castillo said.

The Castillos were teenagers in West Palm Beach, Florida, when they met on October 26, 1985 at a Boynton Beach mall. Ms. Castillo was a receptionist at a recently opened record store.

Of course, their first date involved a movie – “Once Bitten” from 1985 with Jim Carrey, Karen Kopins, Lauren Hutton and the late Cleavon Little.

You might be wondering: Did Tammy Castillo think Jeff was a trap?

“Yeah, yeah, he was,” Tammy said. “He looked nice. I said, ‘Why don’t you shoot?’ “

Jeff Castillo’s memories began on May 27, 1977.

“I was 9 when ‘Star Wars’ came out, and it blew me away,” he said. “I was obsessed with it; anything I could get my hands on – books, tapes, records, photos, maps, everything. I lined my room with this stuff.

The Castillos get their inventory from the studios after a show is canceled, a movie ends production, or items are removed. Which means they are not fooled into buying fakes.

“Once we get it, we take it out of the boxes and decide its path,” Jeff said. “If it’s recognizable, if it’s something Brad Pitt wore, it’s up for auction online. If it’s something worn by extras, background characters, or unused by main characters, it will go to the floor here in the store or online for direct sale.

Tammy Castillo said the “Friends” posters were her favorite items, mainly because the series was her favorite.

“I watch it every day, again,” she said.

The business nearly closed in 2010 after the death of Jeff Castillo’s brother Ron.

“We almost threw in the towel when that happened,” Castillo said. “When he passed away, we were still just making memories; we were doing showcases for everything we were selling, basically… I have the very last showcase that (Ron) built.

“It was huge. This loss was devastating; is still.”

The Castillos don’t chase the cast, but they do remember one: Thomas F. Wilson, who played Biff, Griff and Buford “Mad Dog” Tannen in the “Back to the Future” trilogy of films.

“Tom Wilson was doing a comedy in Miami; I wanted to meet him and get his autograph, just to say hello, ”Castillo said.

The Castillos have a good sense of humor. They acquired props from the TV series “Breaking Bad” – along with buckets of fake medicine.

“I’m going to take some little bags and put a sign on the windows that says ‘Meth’,” he said.

The Castillos once thought that collecting memorabilia was just a hobby. They were wrong – but they don’t mind.

“This hobby will keep you on your knees, and it won’t let you breathe or think about anything else,” Castillo said. “It always brings me to my knees. “

RAY SCHAEFER is a freelance writer living in Maysville.


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Dune Director Nearly Ended Movie at a later point in the book https://puroveinte.com/dune-director-nearly-ended-movie-at-a-later-point-in-the-book/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 22:24:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/dune-director-nearly-ended-movie-at-a-later-point-in-the-book/ Filmmaker Denis Villeneuve made it clear from the start that his goal with his adaptation of Frank Herbert’s film Dune was to split the overall narrative into two parts, with the director noting recently that the end of the theatrical release was what felt most natural to him, but that he was fondling the idea […]]]>

Filmmaker Denis Villeneuve made it clear from the start that his goal with his adaptation of Frank Herbert’s film Dune was to split the overall narrative into two parts, with the director noting recently that the end of the theatrical release was what felt most natural to him, but that he was fondling the idea of ​​pushing his conclusion a little deeper into the material. source. Arguably the biggest challenge in bringing the story to life was how dense the original narrative is, with these recent comments confirming the challenges of how to deliver audiences two independent and compelling experiences that complement each other instead of each other. feel like a partially fulfilling experience.

WARNING: Spoilers below for Dune

In the film, we last see Paul (Timothee Chalamet) and Lady Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson) take on the Fremen to embark on a journey in accepting the customs of Indigenous cultures.

“My first intuition was to break there. And then we also tried to break a little later”, confirms Villeneuve with Empire. “Because in the book there’s a natural moment – there’s like a two-year gap or something. But it didn’t work because it was really like the very end of two hours. and a half you were suddenly starting a new story – which is that of Paul and Jessica being introduced to the Fremen culture and accepted by the Fremen. It was like the start of a new chapter, which felt very heavy at the end. of the … I am positively 100% convinced that we stayed at the right time, where we finally feel that Paul has [gone] to be a boy to an adult, and to have completed this whole arc of this first part. “

What made Villeneuve’s adaptation seem even more of a gamble was that studio Warner Bros. hadn’t committed to developing the second half of the story, leaving audiences to wonder if the story would ever be over. Thankfully, just days after the first film hit theaters, the studio confirmed that Dune: part two Not only was it moving forward, but that it had a release date of October 20, 2023.

Dune is in theaters and on HBO Max now. Dune: part two is expected to start filming next year.

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Greatest Movie Quotes of All Time – 24/7 Wall St. https://puroveinte.com/greatest-movie-quotes-of-all-time-24-7-wall-st/ https://puroveinte.com/greatest-movie-quotes-of-all-time-24-7-wall-st/#respond Tue, 09 Nov 2021 17:00:03 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/greatest-movie-quotes-of-all-time-24-7-wall-st/ Special report November 9, 2021 12:00 p.m. You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth! Okay maybe you can handle the truth, that is, no movie is complete without some memorable dialogue and a handful of signature quotes. These quotes not only bring the characters to life and help drive the story, but they […]]]>

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You want the truth? You can’t handle the truth! Okay maybe you can handle the truth, that is, no movie is complete without some memorable dialogue and a handful of signature quotes. These quotes not only bring the characters to life and help drive the story, but they expand the film’s legacy in the cultural realm.

Indeed, what better way to share your favorite movie moments than by regurgitating them with your best inflection? This gives a whole new meaning to the term “word of mouth”. (The small screen also provides plenty of nourishment for this practice. Check out these Check Out These Classic TV Quotes Now Part Of The Daily Vocabulary).

Meanwhile, some movies feature more than just a great quote. Take “Casablanca,” for example, which seems to do without an iconic line in almost every other scene. Films such as “Jerry Maguire” and “The Godfather” achieve a similar feat, abandoning so many memorable dialogues that the entire script practically reads like a list of cultural catchphrases. (More than one type of music? Here are the 50 best movie songs).

To rank the 50 greatest movie quotes of all time, 24/7 Tempo reviewed the American Film Institute “100 years … 100 quotes from movies.” AFI compiled its list by soliciting favorite film lines from a jury of more than 1,500 filmmakers, critics and historians, who were asked to name “quotes from American films that circulate in popular culture, are among them. of the national lexicon and evoke the memory of a precious film, thus ensuring and invigorating its historical heritage.

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We’ve built the list here and you’ve come. Yeah, we’re talking to you. And if you don’t agree with the selections, well, no one is perfect. Can you guess which quote took the top spot? Rather than go ahead and get on with your day, we’ll keep you going. Remember that life is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get.


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What Tom Holland’s Uncharted Movie Must Keep From Video Games https://puroveinte.com/what-tom-hollands-uncharted-movie-must-keep-from-video-games/ https://puroveinte.com/what-tom-hollands-uncharted-movie-must-keep-from-video-games/#respond Sun, 07 Nov 2021 14:30:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/what-tom-hollands-uncharted-movie-must-keep-from-video-games/ The next Unexplored The film starring Tom Holland may take inspiration from the Playstation video game series of the same title. Major franchise titles include: Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Scheduled for release in 2022, the adaptation of the games by director Ruben […]]]>

The next Unexplored The film starring Tom Holland may take inspiration from the Playstation video game series of the same title. Major franchise titles include: Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune, Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception, and Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Scheduled for release in 2022, the adaptation of the games by director Ruben Fleischer serves as a prequel. Holland plays the series’ main character, Nathan Drake, an ambitious but reckless treasure hunter who believes himself to be a descendant of English explorer Sir Francis Drake. Headlining next the Spider-Man actor are Mark Wahlberg, who plays Nate’s mentor and partner in crime, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, and Sophia Ali, who takes on the role of fortune seeker Chloe Frazer.


Unexplored follows in the footsteps of many other films adapted from video games such as Mortal combat, Assassin’s Creed, and Grave robber. While the aforementioned titles have not been widely accepted by moviegoers, Unexplored may prove to be a smoother transition to the screen given the high focus of video games on storytelling, often resembling more of an interactive movie than a typical video game. Uncharted of 2022 is the first major game-based film, in the works since 2008.

Related: Unexplored Movie Timeline: How Long Before The Games Is Set?

As video games span over a decade, the Unexplored film centers on a story missing from the Playstation series depicting Nate by Tom Holland and Sully by Mark Wahlbergis the first adventure together. The new trailer for the film shows the duo teamed up with Chloe and traveled to Spain in an attempt to find the lost treasure of famed explorer Ferdinand Magellan. If Uncharted is to stay true to its source material, it’s the most essential elements of video games that need to be included in the movie.

Nate and Sully close bond

Tom Holland wants Jake Gyllenhaal or Chris Pratt for Sully in Uncharted

In many ways, Nate and Sully’s relationship represents the heart and soul of the Unexplored Games. By the end of the series, the couple ran fortunes across the globe together for over 20 years. Uncharted 3 features flashback footage of a teenager Nate first met Sully, as the first attempted to steal an astrolabe and Francis Drake’s ring from a museum in Colombia. Sully came to Nate’s aid when the guards attempted to shoot him and the two have been together ever since. The Unexplored movie takes place shortly after this time around the start of the duo’s relationship. The game provides a glimpse into how Sully became a father figure to Nate, so it’s up to the film to capitalize on that angle more. Holland and Wahlberg will need to establish a chemistry rep for a budding treasure hunter and seasoned scam veteran. Including hints of humor will be key, as light jokes define Nate and Sully’s interaction during less action-packed sequences.

Nate’s adventurous spirit

The Unexplored the games simply tell stories of adventure and discovery, which are themes embodied by the main character of the series. Nate exudes a carefree demeanor even with dozens of heavily armed militants shooting at him. Barely escaping death again and again never seems to confuse the Fortune Hunter, as Nate finds himself head first in one dangerous situation after another with no concern for the world. Holland’s four-year period in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Spider-Man, including the next one No way home, underlines the actor’s ability to embody such a daring sensation seeker. In a way, Nate’s daring take on life and his daring attempts to reach a goal compare him to a modern superhero, making Holland a perfect candidate for the role.

Exceptional character skills in parkour

The movie wouldn’t do the Unexplored justice games without countless examples of Nate and other characters scaling cliffs, swinging from ropes, and jumping over holes. In games, almost every character possesses the weird ability to climb just about anything and jump ten times farther than the average human, all under a bullet storm. These scenarios fit better in a video game atmosphere and would be difficult to achieve such stunts in the film. Following, UnexploredThe parkour sequences of s can be closer to realism, although they are quite necessary to capture the true essence of the games. The new movie trailer represents a scene similar to Uncharted 3, in which Nate falls from a plane and sets up a series of connected crates to get back on the plane.

Related: Uncharted Movie Trailer Breakdown: 20 Biggest Stories Revealed & Easter Eggs

Sully’s sense of humor

Sully has become a beloved supporting character in the Unexplored video game franchise because of its perfectly timed witty lines. Holland may be a suitable choice to play Nate, however, the cast of Wahlberg raises a few questions. His appearance in the trailer suggests that Wahlberg’s adaptation of Sully will be vastly different from the games in that he feels more serious and straightforward, rather than witty and charismatic. Sully’s limited sampling in the Unexplored film leaves a lot to be desired, although the feature film will have the last laugh.

Large-scale combat sequences and shootings

The thrills of play a Unexplored Game go beyond marveling at its stunning visuals or making a thrilling action piece. Each entry in the series draws on its lengthy combat streaks to convey his air of peril in the quest for ancient treasure. Nate is a one-man show when it comes to combat, fending off hordes of enemies using anything from fists to handguns, assault rifles, snipers and grenades. It’s unclear if all of the guns from the games will appear in the film, as the trailer only briefly shows Holland’s Nate wielding a handgun. Nevertheless, a large arsenal of firepower is essential to represent the Unexplored video games at their best.

puzzles

The clock tower in Uncharted 4

What would the treasure hunt be without a multitude of puzzles and traps on the prowl? The Unexplored Games made sure the path to the ancient treasures was filled with obstacles through challenging puzzles including, but not limited to, puzzles involving pictures, light beams of symbols, and stepping stones, with deadly traps resulting from a wrong move. Many of these puzzles require intensive climbing and / or jumping to solve, which would be interesting to see in the movie. The trailer mainly focused on the action scenes from the film, so the significance of the puzzles remains unknown, although Fleischer and co. would be remiss to leave out one of the most central elements of Uncharted.

Unique global settings

Istanbul in Uncharted

The Unexplored the games feature beautiful landscapes from around the world. Ruins of ancient cities, caves, jungles, snow-capped mountains, among other landscapes, all feature in the games at some point. Drake’s fortune takes place off the coast of Panama, where the mythical lost city of El Dorado is located. Among thieves define parts of his story in Turkey, Borneo, Nepal, Tibet and the Himalayas. Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception continued with multiple locations, starting in London and then taking Nate and his crew to France, Syria, Yemen and the Rub ‘al Khali Desert on the Arabian Peninsula. The Unexplored The film was shot in Berlin, Germany, as well as the coastal regions of Spain, including Valencia and Xàbia. In addition, some scenes were shot in the studio. The trailer shows evidence of the series’ signature standard of terrain, as temples, modern towns, coastal cliff landscapes, caves, and oceans surround Holland, Wahlberg, and Ali in the included scenes.

Next: Uncharted: Every Game Character In The Movie & How They Compare To

  • Unexplored (2022)Release Date: February 11, 2022

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25 famous children’s movie cameos https://puroveinte.com/25-famous-childrens-movie-cameos/ https://puroveinte.com/25-famous-childrens-movie-cameos/#respond Fri, 05 Nov 2021 19:46:02 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/25-famous-childrens-movie-cameos/ John David Washington’s cameo in Malcolm X was so, so good. 1. Vivienne, the daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in Maleficent (2014). 2. Tom Hanks’ daughter Elizabeth in Forrest Gump (1994). 3. Will Smith’s daughter, the incredible Willow Smith, in I’m a legend (2007). Photos of Warner Bros. Willow played Will’s on-screen girl, […]]]>

John David Washington’s cameo in Malcolm X was so, so good.

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Vivienne, the daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt in Maleficent (2014).

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Tom Hanks’ daughter Elizabeth in Forrest Gump (1994).

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Will Smith’s daughter, the incredible Willow Smith, in I’m a legend (2007).

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Willow played Will’s on-screen girl, Marley.

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Mark Hamill’s children, Nathan, Chelsea and Griffin, in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017).

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Denzel Washington’s son, the incomparable John David Washington, in Malcolm X (1992).

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Jeremy Renner’s daughter, Eva, in american unrest (2013).

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Maya, Gal Gadot’s daughter in Wonder Woman 1984 (2020).

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Alexandra, the daughter of Sean Astin in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003).

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Billy Dee Williams’ son Corey in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983).

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Jon Favreau’s son, Max, in Iron man 2 (2010).

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Kevin Smith’s daughter, actor Harley Quinn Smith, in Jay and Silent Bob strike back (2001).

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Meryl Streep’s daughter, Mamie Gummer, in Stomach pains (1986).

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Granny played Meryl’s on-screen daughter, Annie.

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Diane Ladd’s daughter, the legendary Laura Dern, in Alice doesn’t live here anymore (1974).

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Star wars director George Lucas’ son Jett in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (2005).

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The daughter of Francis Ford Coppola, the legendary filmmaker Sofia Coppola, in The Godfather (1972).

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ghost hunters director Ivan Reitman’s son Jason in Ghostbusters II (1989).

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The daughter of Judy Garland, Oscar-winning actress and singer Liza Minnelli, in In the good old summer (1949).

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Liza played Judy’s onscreen girl.

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Director Alfred Hitchcock’s daughter, Patricia, in psychopath (1960).

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Jon Voight’s daughter, iconic Angelina Jolie, in I’m trying to get out (1972).

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Harry potter Eleanor, the daughter of director Chris Columbus in Harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone (2001).

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Love in fact the children of director Richard Curtis in Love in fact (2003).

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Will Smith’s sons, Jaden Smith and Trey Smith, in Men in Black II (2002).

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Sean, Oliver Stone’s son The doors (1991).

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Willy wonka Madeline and Peter, the children of director Mel Stuart in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971).

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And Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s daughter, Shiloh in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008).

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Resident Evil director reveals how the movie is different from previous movies https://puroveinte.com/resident-evil-director-reveals-how-the-movie-is-different-from-previous-movies/ https://puroveinte.com/resident-evil-director-reveals-how-the-movie-is-different-from-previous-movies/#respond Wed, 03 Nov 2021 22:33:00 +0000 https://puroveinte.com/resident-evil-director-reveals-how-the-movie-is-different-from-previous-movies/ Resident Evil movie franchise gets official reboot with release of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City this month. However, while the Resident Evil games are certainly a landmark series beloved around the world, most moviegoers are familiar with the name Resident Evil from one of the most successful successful franchises of the 2000s. It’s no […]]]>

Resident Evil movie franchise gets official reboot with release of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City this month. However, while the Resident Evil games are certainly a landmark series beloved around the world, most moviegoers are familiar with the name Resident Evil from one of the most successful successful franchises of the 2000s. It’s no secret that no one that hardcore game fans have ever been satisfied with the number of liberties the Resident Evil movies have taken with the source material; So, will Sony and Screen Gems do things differently with this new take on the franchise?

WATCH: Resident Evil: Welcome to the Raccoon City Trailer

The ComicBook.com Podcast ComicBook Nation caught up with Johannes Roberts, the director and screenwriter of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. Naturally, one of the first questions to ask was how the Resident Evil movie reboot will be different from the 2000s series starring Mila Jovovich. According to Roberts, a new take on Resident Evil is something the time demands:

“The point is, times have changed, I think. When the first film franchise came out, a video game adaptation was very much regarded as’ people know the name, so take the IP, take the name. ..and do whatever you want. want, ”says Roberts.“ Just take the name and do whatever it takes, add value. Over the past 20 years, that has really changed. There has become a real respect for the game. I think games have grown and become so sophisticated as well. It was this idea that sort of became central to the way we presented [the film] and in the way we went, like, “Look, let’s take this seriously. “”

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As Johannes Roberts points out, it’s this shifting of the game itself to a more complex and sophisticated level that makes his work of adapting a film more like the classic process of adapting literature to the screen. :

“It’s like a novel. If you adapt a novel, you take the source material very, very seriously. It was the same when we came back to the game and it was like, look, let’s go back, let’s say which got us excited when we were kids, when I played that as a student. Let’s do some super scary horror. To be the horror guy that comes along and like, let’s really do something terrifying, dark , scary, that matches the tone. It was just a really exciting thing that just hadn’t been done before with the previous franchise. It was a lot of fun. ”

Indeed, previous Resident Evil movies have received worldwide acclaim relying as much on the action spectacle element as the survival horror element that made the games such a pioneering success. Hopefully fans who have been waiting for a more faithful adaptation of the material are happy with the results.

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City hits theaters on November 24. You can watch director Johannes Roberts’ full interview above – and subscribe to the ComicBook Nation podcast HERE.


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