Since its beginnings, movies and magic and magic have been strongly linked, and after all, there are few things in this world more magical than movies. This is partly what makes movies about Hollywood and the industry so appealing and beautiful. However, movies don’t have to explicitly be about the film industry history to be a homage to the film world itself.
When you think of action movies and cars the first thing that definitely comes to mind has to be the Fast and Furious saga. However, there is one excellent example that shows you don’t have to be furious to be fast. We are talking about Baby Driver, the movie were the music and rhythm drive the plot.
These past years we’ve been getting tons and tons of superhero movies, maybe a bit too many, and while the numbers don’t seem to reflect so, the audience could probably be getting a bit tired of it. However, this movie is not like most superhero-based movies, and that’s because it is not about a hero, but rather a villain, and one of the most popular ones at that.
The John Wick saga really came out of nowhere, but it completely shot its way into our hearts. It’s not everyday that a movie such as John Wick sees the light. Full of stylized violence and action scenes, this movie saga has some of the best, choreography fights in all movie history.
Stranger Things is really a unique show in so many ways, bringing back the nostalgia feel even to an audience conformed mostly by people who did not even lived that era. This show really has everything, from strong characters, to great soundtrack, to terrifying monsters.
There’s always something kinda special about movies that talk about movie-history. There are different ways to go through movie-history. You can go on go and recreate the classic style just like The Artist did. Or maybe you could just pay a beautiful homage like Hugo did.
Our fist video from the filming locations in Barcelona and Woody Allen's movie Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Check and compare the movie and the reality! We Love this movie and Spain!
The start of movie Empire of the Sun took place and in fact even was filmed in Shanghai. We managed to steal some interesting movie footages there. How has this changed the Chinese capital from shooting 25 years ago?
50 First Dates stars Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore as Henry and Lucy who meet in a local diner in a small corner of Hawaii. The diner is one of the many actual filming locations throughout the movie that starts you on a journey throughout the islands and beyond.
What would happen if a badass female mummy, fuelled by an unforgivable betrayal and centuries of thirsting for revenge, was unleashed on today’s world? Iconic monster from the ancient past is about to bring unforgettably haunting cinematic images, this time with a spectacular performance of the truly enchanting film star Tom Cruise. The first time ever, the Mummy is a woman.
„More good times! I have been to many places. I am like the bad penny. The minute that you are not learning I believe you are dead,“ are some of the famous quotes by the three Oscars winner, screen icon and the finest Hollywood actor Jack Nicholson. The handsome party animal reaches the ripe age of eighty on 22nd April.
World War II drama Anthropoid based on the outstanding true story of the Operation Anthropoid, the code name for the mission to remove SS officer Reinhard Heydrich, was totally neglected during the Czech Lion ceremony, despite the fact it depicts a story of an enormous historic importance.
The Czech Film Commission is the filmmakers’ first contact with the Czech Republic. It lures foreign film and TV projects, improves the communication between production teams and local authorities. The commission recommends suitable locations, helps to understand the filmmaking conditions and legislation, guides through the incentive programme. It currently encourages the opening of regional film offices and presents the Czech film industry in the prestigious magazine Variety, as well as at film festivals from Cannes to Los Angeles. Since 2017 it has been a department of the State Cinematography Fund.
Movies that have been based around the Wolverine character have been kind of a grab bag of differing quality for the last 20 years that 20th century Fox have been producing movies that starred Hugh Jackman in the titular role. While the character himself is a continuing popular pop culture icon thanks in large part to the multitude of fans who have grown up with the character for several generations, with the character starring in different media such as Cartoons, Video Games, Comic Books, and even Music. However, the movies that starred Wolverine have been altogether different, mostly due to the fact that the various different director, screenwriters, and producers involved in their production saw the character differently.
Who can ever forget the timeless Disney classic that is "Beauty and the Beast", the 1991 classic that's brought joy to thousands, fi not millions, of viewers since it first hit the theaters and has since become one of the flagship films of the Disney Rennaissance? The answer to that is no one, even 25 years later,and it's not hard to see why. Between the animation that's still set the bar high for traditional animation, the award-winning music, and the copious amounts of praise from critics that come even today, "Beauty and the Beast" will always be a part of childhoods everywhere.
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