Tuesday, March 26, 2019


Displaying 71 - 80 of 1031
Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018
Review: Director Jesse Peretz's "Juliet, Naked"
"Juliet, Naked " is a charming and smart little film about early middle age, second chances, regrets and the intoxicating freedom of written correspondence that's nearly impossible to explain without either spoiling something or being willfully misleading. That's actually one of its attributes:...
Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
Mid-year Report Card: A Sense of Purpose, The Need For Inclusion
Craig Allen, head of integrated production, Venables Bell + Partners, observed, “It’s impossible to ignore today’s polarized society and the current state of distrust and uncertainty in the US, which affects who we look to for information and inspiration, and how we process messages too...
Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
HouseSpecial Tops Quarterly VFX & Animation Chart With "Armor del Amor"
From animation studio HouseSpecial and director Kirk Kelley comes Armor del Amor, a scripted nature “documentary” short—a combination of CG and live action—that follows the mating rituals of the nine-banded armadillo to discover the dark underbelly of modern mammalian dating. The tongue-in-cheek...
Friday, Aug. 10, 2018
Lensing "Stranger Things," "Mrs. Maisel," "Mozart in the Jungle"
One DP just earned an Emmy nomination for the second consecutive year in recognition of his work on Stranger Things (Netflix). Another garnered his first career Emmy nod on the strength of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon). And a third DP also has the distinction of having just attained his second...
Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018
Review: Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman"
In 1979, a man named Ron Stallworth who was the first African-American police officer and detective in the Colorado Springs Police Department also became a card-carrying member of the Ku Klux Klan and the leader of the local chapter. He would send a white co-worker to play him for in-person...
Friday, Aug. 3, 2018
Review: Director Marc Forster's "Christopher Robin"
Oh, bother. The misfortune of "Christopher Robin" is not only that it comes a year after "Goodbye Christopher Robin," an earnest if sentimental tale about Winnie-the-Pooh author A.A. Milne and his son, Christopher Robin Milne, but that it arrives a few months after the screwball radiance of "...
Wednesday, Jul. 25, 2018
Review: Director Christopher McQuarrie's "Mission: Impossible - Fallout"
And so, fellow moviegoers: Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what Tom Cruise can — and will — do for you. The answer is anything. The man will do anything to entertain you. At age 56, when the rest of us are making chiropractor appointments and upping our corrective lenses, Cruise will...
Wednesday, Jul. 18, 2018
Review: Antoine Fuqua Directs Denzel Washington In "The Equalizer 2"
You won't usually find Denzel Washington in a movie sequel. He just doesn't do them. Something about not wanting to repeat himself. So there must be something special indeed for him to break his own rule for "The Equalizer 2." Fans of the first film will instantly know why Washington is drawn to...
Tuesday, Jul. 17, 2018
Review: Director Carlos Lopez Estrada Debuts With "Blindspotting"
"Blindspotting," the directorial debut of Carlos Lopez Estrada, stalks the streets of Oakland with a heightened, spoken-word flow, passionately freestyling on race, police brutality and gentrification through a searing story about two friends: one black, one white. Though stylistically scattershot...
Tuesday, Jul. 10, 2018
Review: Rawson Marshall Thurber Directs The Rock In "Skyscraper"
I like to imagine what King Kong, as a popcorn-chomping moviegoer, might make of "Skyscraper," the latest summer actioner staring Dwayne Johnson. Would he, watching a goliath ascend the exterior of a high-rise with helicopters and klieg lights swirling, woundedly mumble, "Hey, that's my gig." But...

MySHOOT Profiles

docter twins
Carlos Cuaron

MySHOOT Company Profiles