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Wednesday, May. 29, 2019
Review: Director Michael Dougherty's "Godzilla: King of the Monsters"
It's been a bit since moviegoers had the chance to catch up with Godzilla, five years in fact, which in cinematic franchise time feels like at least a few decades. In other words, it's understandable if you go into "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" a little rusty on just what went down in Tokyo and...
Friday, May. 31, 2019
Words To Inspire Those Who Aspire
Getting your foot in the door, then opening the door and crossing the threshold are figuratively speaking the first steps to embarking on a career. As for how to best accomplish this--or at least make the process a little easier--for the aspiring producer or director, SHOOT sought advice from...
Thursday, May. 23, 2019
Review: Director Olivia Wilde's "Booksmart"
The insanely winning "Booksmart" boasts too many breakthroughs to count. There are the two leads, Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein, both of whom we've seen before but not like this. There is the director, Olivia Wilde, whose debut behind the camera is remarkably assured. And then there is the...
Saturday, May. 18, 2019
Review: Director Dexter Fletcher's "Rocketman"
Whatever you say about Dexter Fletcher's glossy, glittering Elton John blinged-out biopic "Rocketman ," a shiny sequin of a movie, it doesn't lack for sparkle. Like its flamboyant subject, it's a movie outfitted to the nines in dazzle and verve, even if it's gotten all dressed up with nowhere to go...
Wednesday, May. 15, 2019
Review: Director Joanna Hogg's "The Souvenir"
It was only weeks before production was starting on "The Souvenir," the story goes, and British director Joanna Hogg and her friend, actress Tilda Swinton, still didn't have a lead actress. The role of Julie, an affluent, twentysomething film student in 1980s London, was loosely based on Hogg...
Wednesday, May. 1, 2019
Review: Director Jonathan Levine's "Long Shot"
Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen make a sparkling comedic duo in the unconventional romantic comedy "Long Shot," about a sleek politician and a schlubby journalist that is more than its superficial premise. The film from director Jonathan Levine, which does its fair share of over-the-top gross-out...
Tuesday, Apr. 23, 2019
Review: Directors Anthony and Joe Russo's "Avengers: Endgame"
Satisfaction is a complicated concept in Marvel Land. On the one hand, every morsel of pre-release information is obsessively poured over in feverish anticipation. But by the time the movie is coming out, a sudden hush comes over die-hard fans who, to avoid spoilers, have abandoned their phones,...
Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2019
Review: "HOMECOMING: A film by Beyoncé"
Beyoncé is extremely private, and only lets you know what she wants you to know, when she wants you to know it — typically, in a surprise post be it on her website or Instagram. But throughout the years, she's slightly cracked open her door to reveal parts of her life and personality — apart from...
Friday, Apr. 5, 2019
The Wrecking Ball and the Music House
BANG Music + Audio Post has been a fixture in the advertising and entertainment industries for over two decades. SHOOT has known BANG’s founder, Lyle Greenfield, for all of those years--in part because of his involvement, along with industry colleagues, in the formation of the Association of Music...
Wednesday, Apr. 3, 2019
Review: Aretha Franklin Concert Film "Amazing Grace"
After many dangers, toils and snares, the long-lost Aretha Franklin concert film "Amazing Grace" has finally seen the light, and good Lord is it good. Filmed over two sessions in January 1972 at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in the Watts section of Los Angeles, it captures Franklin at...