The Mission Impossible movie franchise is 25 years old this year, and as the seventh movie is delayed arriving next May, I'm having a brief retrospective of the series. Warning: Spoilers.
Just realised that 20 years ago TheatreFusion were getting ready to mount a production of my modern day adaptation of Julius Caesar (set in a contemporary U.S. Presidential campaign) at Cottiers, Glasgow. I also directed the production. 20 years! Despite some technical issues with the multimedia (clunking video players!) the adaptation was well-received, and was … Continue reading Caesar (1999)
It isn't Benioff and Weiss.It isn't Rian Johnson.It isn't Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse. Emilia Clarke in Game of Thrones It's because you didn't get a final boss battle.Because you didn't get the action-packed finale and quiet epilogue.Because you didn't get the reveal of the killer in the tense drawing room.Because there wasn't a twist … Continue reading THE PROBLEM ISN’T BAD WRITING.
Two great posters - but with some similarities. What are the similarities? Describe them using appropriate poster design language (layout, background, image, strapline, font, colours, lighting etc).. Why are those features used? https://media.comicbook.com/2019/04/avengehttps://media.comicbook.com/2019/04/avengers-endgame-dolby-1165441.jpegrs-endgame-dolby-1165441.jpeg https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2488496/mediaviewer/rm527556608 UPDATE on 10 May 2019: have a look at the poster for ALADDIN - not only the composition but also the … Continue reading Avengers Endgame v The Force Awakens?
The Rise of Skywalker teaser poster. Last week, the title of Star Wars Episode IX was revealed as "The Rise of Skywalker". For some that makes sense, as the films have been about the Skywalker family. Some fans of Episode VII The Force Awakens will say that Rey can't be a Skywalker - and that's … Continue reading Star Wars. Rey. Kylo. Jedi. Trilogies. And spoilers