Movies have always been an incredible source of inspiration. No matter what, everyone can say that they have found something relatable at least in one film they have seen. Gardens have always played an important role in movies, simply because they are amazing sources of natural light that is crucial for filming. Here is a list of four most astonishing gardens the movie world has ever seen, and you can definitely borrow some of the ideas for redecorating your own.→Read More
Having covered both The Wizard of Oz and Apocalypse Now, here are two more films that were incredibly difficult to make, verging on the point of collapse throughout the course of production, but at least still went on to be box office and critical successes.
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The ending is almost the most important element to a film, potentially making or breaking a film. A really good film could have a poor ending which can entirely change the perception of that film. On the other hand, a really good and fitting ending can really cement a film’s place in Hollywood’s finest. The ending is so important that many writers and directors are even undecided when production actually begins, deciding on how the film should end in post-production after filming has wrapped. So what films would have a had a vastly different ending from the one that the audience sees?→Read More
With the impending release of Point Break, the reboot of the classic action film from 1991, has sent shockwaves across the internet. The original, starring Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves, went on to become a cult classic.
When it was announced that Point Break was getting a remake, it didn’t take long for a backlash from fans of the original, saying that a reboot is entirely unnecessary, and it could never compare to the classic original. So we decided to take a look at the best films that have attempted to capture the ‘sport of kings’, the ancient art of wave sliding.→Read More
Every year since 2004, a list is compiled by Franklin Leonard, a studio executive in Hollywood, of 250 of the ‘most liked’ un-produced scripts of the year. These scripts aren’t necessarily the best scripts around, but are voted by over 250 studio and production company executives for the ones that are liked the most by those who read them. At the end of the year, the best unmade scripts are released in the form of a list and sent to all production companies, where the scripts get another chance of being seen and hopefully sent into production.→Read More
One of the fiercest debates that rage frequently in the film industry is how Hollywood tackles source material; the book. Fans of the book are rarely pleased with how their paperback is transformed for the silver screen, but for every The Hobbit there is Lord of the Rings. But the biggest problem in attempting to translate a novel into film format is of course the length, books are designed to to engage the reader much longer than a feature film. So imagine trying to faithfully recreate an entire book into a film, which would equate to roughly 10 hours of film, which is simply not going to work.→Read More