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First look--First trailer for Warner Bros. remake of Point Break

The original 1991 theatrical release Point Break starred Keanu Reeves as an undercover cop with the lame name of Johnny Utah playing against free-wheeling surfer turned thief named Bodhi played by the late Patrick Swayze.  318 more words

Movies

What's Up with Vampires?

This morning I watched Dracula 2000 as part of a study on Dracula movies.  It left me with a lot of questions, like “how should I categorize the vampire making the victim drink the vampire’s blood– plain old violence?   519 more words

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Point Break (1991)

Point Break
Directed by Katherine Bigelow
Screenplay written by W. Peter Iliff based on story by Rick King and W. Peter Iliff
(number 205)

I did not realise that Katherine Bigelow directed this movie. 590 more words

Movies

Based on a "True Story": One Man's Rant

Some people are just not satisfied with outright fabrication in movies. “It’s gotta be realistic,” these critics chide. And so we get movies like Argo and Zero Dark Thirty that are approximations of events that actually happened to sate their appetites for “realism.” We are told that they are “based on a true story,” whatever that means. 732 more words

Movies

The Reluctant Fundamentalist: or why can't Mira get that Bollywood Music out of her Hair?

Changez (Riz Ahmed, a handsome actor with limited range and modest charisma) is at home in Pakistan for a family celebration. Music plays, men sing, and we begin cross cutting to a kidnapping and the ransacking of an office.   437 more words

Film Reviews

Women’s Silent Era Success and New Century Supremacy?

4th article in our series Next Generation of Films for Women

Nominating Katherine Bigalow’s work “The Hurt Locker” (2008), “Zero Dark Thirty” (2012), we will prescribe her as an antidote for contemporary weaknesses in popular filmmaking. 982 more words

Consumer Awareness

Content in the Cloud - WWKBD*

“When Content Goes Out The Door, Control Goes With It.”

If you are a goofy optimist, this statement might seem self-explanatory. And, you might feel comforted. 951 more words

Content Strategy