Brad Anderson’s, the director, Vanishing on 7th Street looks like a different version of Stephen King’s Myst. With Myst, people disappear whenever they enter the fog and with this film, people disappear whenever they step in the dark. The director obviously has a knack for something scary and / or something new. And it was quite apt and palpable with the film’s tagline, “Stay in the Light”. Read the rest of this entry ?
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I am surprised that I haven’t seen this film. Shown in 2000, I never knew, until now of course, that such film exists. This film is all about Marisa Tomei and Vincent D’Onofrio; it also gives the idea of time-travel or in this case, “back traveling”. I wish I’ve seen this film before; it doesn’t show any CGI or heavy animation, the only technical stuff that I could probably see is the reverse slow mo effect, and hey, they’ve been using this technique before, which is quite invigorating in a sense, thanking Brad Anderson for directing such film. Read the rest of this entry ?
Critics were saying that Wes Andersons’ films are on a downhill. With the release of The Life Aquatic, which retains the Anderson taste but there is a feel of a decline critically, and with The Darjeeling Limited, which was probably forgettable in a way (not for me though), Wes bounces back with a family friendly film that features three men and a fabulous fox. Read the rest of this entry ?
U.S. movie goers are in for a treat. Wes Anderson’s new film, based on a Roald Dahl novel (Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, James And The Giant Peach, Matilda), Fantastic Mr. Fox is going to be shown on the fourth week of November. Read the rest of this entry ?