In the days leading up to its Nov. 5 release, Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU) newest film “Eternals” already found itself embroiled in controversy. The featuring of MCU’s first gay couple and first-ever sex scene led to bans in several countries and “Eternals” is currently among entertainment giant’s worst received movies.
A first for the filmmaking juggernaut, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) introduced its first hearing-impaired character in Chloe Zhao’s “Eternals” in theatres on Nov. 5.
Denis Villeneuve’s newest film “Dune” is an adaptation to Frank Herbert’s quintessential science fiction novel of the same name. Other filmmakers such as David Lynch and Alejandro Jodorowsky tried to capture the notoriously difficult grandeur that this novel encompasses. Yet, Villeneuve most captures Herbert’s original vision — one that puts nature at the forefront, like a character with a mind of its own. At the same time, one that captures the political implications that humankinds’ intent at dominion over it entails.
With the influx of documentaries, it’s easy to wonder what inspired them to come out now.
Blood and gore is not for everyone, and that’s ok.
The Coral Gables Art Cinema opened in 2010 and has been a staple in the South Florida community ever since. But with rising demand...
Very few movies have relied on one person as much as “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” does on Tom Hardy. Already switching the positions between portraying Venom himself and performing voice-over for the character, he played an integral role in the production and screenwriting of the film.
Wan repeatedly demonstrates his tremendous talent by effectively scaring an audience with a plot that is often miles beyond the regular horror film. “Insidious,” for example, explores the concept of astral projections and sleep paralysis. In “Saw,” he brilliantly connects the concepts of sin and remorse through a wicked game of punishment. With Wan, one thing is for certain, and that is originality.
The Cinematic Arts Commission (CAC), one of Hurricane Production’s seven committees, hosts weekly movies every Wednesday and Saturday at the Lakeside Village Auditorium.
Nobody asked for this, but the sex tape of the century might have a sequel.
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Although the film has seen growing controversy about its superficial portrayal of Chinese culture, it is noble in its attempt to give proper homage to Chinese culture and showcase the country to a world-wide audience.