The film also features Maggie Q (Divergent franchise, Live Free Die Hard), Danny Pudi (Mythic Quest, Community, Star Trek Beyond), Cleopatra Coleman (In the Shadow of the Moon, The Last Man on Earth), Tyler James Williams (Dear White People, Detroit), Charlotte McKinney (Fantasy Island, Flat Liners, Bay Watch) and Karan Bar (Diary of a Wimpy Kid). … [Read more...] about Gravitas Ventures Acquires Robert Schwartzman-Directed Comedy ‘The Argument’
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— prathyush (@geekoutyush) October 30, 2020 . @PulkitSamrat and @jimSarbh are a revelation as the Bheem-Arjun team and would love to see more of them in this new action avatar. @kriti_official ably plays the catalyst in #Taish and shares terrific chemistry with both of them... … [Read more...] about Taish Twitter Review: Netizens Call Pulkit Samrat And Harshvardhan Rane’s Film A Must Watch
The movie is set in a village near Kozhikode, around the time when the Muslims worldwide were facing discrimination due to the cold-blooded terrorist attacks that happened all around the world. The village arts club, headed by Shareef (Indrajith Sukumaran), tries to create awareness about the brutalities of the American government towards the Muslims, especially the then US president George Bush, through street plays. … [Read more...] about Halal Love Story Movie Review: Simple Yet Quirky Take On Beliefs, Marriages And Much More!
“Thick Ear” is just a bit of a surreal, absurd song. I just wanted to use a bit of, “I’ll give you a thick ear.” My dad used to say that all the time — mess around like he’d give you a thick ear, you know, a smack around the ear or whatever. Which obviously you just don’t do these days, but back then it was completely acceptable. Again, just observational about the landscape, about the slow… How do you put it? The kind of scenery of destruction that is all around; unfinished buildings, sort of half-demolished buildings, run-down warehouses, on their asses, businesses going under. I wanted to put all that kind of imagery in it, and these are all the things you see when you’re going down the motorway in the car. Or when you’re just driving around when you’re touring a lot. You see a lot of it. I wanted to put kind of an industrial feeling to it, perhaps. … [Read more...] about Sleaford Mods: UK Electro-Punks Break Down Every Song on New Album ‘Spare Ribs’
MCQUEEN: We had an amazing choreographer and people were rehearsing for weeks before we shot all the dancing because it was all time specific in the music they were doing. The actors knew what they could and couldn’t do, because it was time specific. Sometimes, as a director, as an artist, all you have to do is make the environment. What I mean by that is if you make the environment and then just let go…it’s like being a musician. You say, I’ve written this piece of music and you can improvise, within the harmony and the melody. You can’t come out of the harmony and the melody. So for example, when people in Lovers Rock start singing the song Silly Games, that was totally unscripted…I am going to go there and way it was spiritual because that’s what happened. And it took off by itself. Sometimes as a director, and sometimes I hate the term director, because you are there just to help make something happen. How can I say this? You make an … [Read more...] about Steve McQueen On Capturing The Joys & Struggles With Racism Of London’s ’70s Black West Indies Culture In NYFF Opening Night Film ‘Lovers Rock’