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Tag Archives: Film
10 Films That Bombed at the Box Office in 2015
So far in 2015, several films have succeeded at the Box Office, like Jurassic World, the latest installment of the Avengers Saga, and Fast and Furious 7. Even though these were a huge success in the theaters, there are other …
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Canon Is Looking For The Big Picture With New Sensor Tech!
As the film industry continues to transition away from traditional celluloid film to digital sensors, we are seeing major advances in digital sensor technology. Sensors are becoming higher resolution, higher sensitivity, higher dynamic range, and all the while becoming cheaper. …
Ben Foster took Performance Enhancing Drugs in Preparation for Lance Armstrong Role.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the british actor Ben Foster discussed his preparation for the portrayal of the seven-time Tour de France winner, Lance Armstrong. This performance demanded Foster to go through a cosmetic, psychological, and in his …
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What Makes A “Cine” Lens More Than Just A “Stills” Lens?
So what makes a “Cine” Lens more than just a “Stills” lens? The difference is not so much the lens as a whole, but more the body of the lens. In reality, cine lens manufactures will often take the optics …
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“Sultan of Slash” Horror Director Wes Craven Dies at 76
Wes Craven once stated that, “Horror films don’t create fear. They release it.”
And Craven ought to know, because he is the man responsible for releasing decades worth of remarkably macabre cinematic terror. This week we sadly lost the prolific …
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Russell Crowe’s Latest Movie ‘Noah’ To Be Banned in Indonesia & Many Other Countries
The Darren Aronofsky film Noah, starring Russell Crowe, is set to be banned in Indonesia by the Indonesian Censorship Board on the basis of portraying a religious figure. The story of Noah and his world renown ark are present in …
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Films to Movies: The Rebirth of the Remake
On September 21, 2012, the movie Dredd was released to theatres for crowds of excited and expectant audiences. As has become tradition, a group of my friends gathered and went to see the movie remake of the original film we …
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