The science fiction horror genre represents one of the most popular types of movies of all time. Films like Alien, Aliens, The Thing, and countless others have cemented the genre as a true staple of the movie-watching world.
There are two kinds of individuals in this world: those who love the “Step Up” movies and then people who haven’t seen them all. The franchise started as a straightforward teen romance in 2006 however quickly evolved into a series of lavish pop spectacles that were propelled by cheesy melodrama and boosted by elaborate dance choreography, performed by some of the best dancers from across the world.
Robin Williams is considered as one of the greatest actors of all time. A thoughtful and endearing person in real life, Williams’ impact on the film industry is undeniable, and he has become a true legend among both fans and his colleagues.
Everyone has a movie that they really like, but no one seems to talk about it. This is not surprising. After all, hundreds of films are released every year; some are good, and many are bad, so it can easily happen that quality movies get lost or fall into darkness.
Bad movies have long been a sort of curiosity in the movie world, especially ones that, despite their glaring flaws, still somehow manage to be entertaining.
In 1994, director Tim Burton released “Ed Wood”, a biopic and tribute to the filmmaker largely considered to have made some of the worst movies in Hollywood’s history. Over the decades, however, there have been several major contenders.
There has only ever been a short list of movies over time that have managed to impress the book fans with their attention and accuracy towards detail.
Many of them are scattered throughout the early days of cinema and include classics like “Gone with The Wind”, and “To Kill A Mockingbird”. The following, though, is a list containing five of the most accurate movies based on books, produced over recent decades.
Movies are one of the biggest standards today of telling a great story, but video games are not far behind. With mainstream media seemingly running out of ideas for new movies and the demand for entertainment being higher than ever, we are seeing more movies based on video games releasing every year.
Dogs are man’s best friend. They’ve been by our side for thousands of years and have always been faithful companions that many people view as family. It’s not hard to see why dogs have long been a part of popular media, and why there have been so many films made over the years that focus on the bonds that we form with our beloved canines.
For the most part, modern films tend to be quite straightforward. The story is on display for the viewer to keep engaged with, and there’s often very little that’s hidden behind subliminal messaging or with build-ups that lead up to a grand reveal, even if there were messages embedded throughout the viewing time.
When it comes to art imitating life there are plenty of examples on display in our everyday lives – from Andy Warhol’s baked beans wall which mimics grocery store shelving, to modern pictures of flower-filled fields and dystopian, empty cityscapes. Life and art are entirely entwined. Continue reading “Famous ArtWorks Which Inspired Movie Scenes”