Writer, Pianist, Aspiring Screenwriter
Joined July 1 2019
This film isn’t too big on writing well-written characters, as director Derrick Borte’s purpose is to entertain, not give the audience a deep dive into a particular person. Although Borte didn’t intend to do anything more than, entertain and give a message about how people are unhinged, there was so much room for potential with the character Tom Cooper. Tom Cooper is generally shown as this mentally-Ill, and overall just a disgusting, bad person who takes his…
First, the main character i want to talk about is Ferris Bueller. Many people who watch this film may think that all of the fun things that he does are for himself (going to the art museum, driving around in a red Ferrari, singing with a bunch of people cheering, & going to a 5 star restaurant) and that Ferris Bueller is a selfish, spoiled brat who wants to spoil himself even more. But no, that’s not who…
The sequel to 1972’s The Godfather, which follows both the rises of power of Michael & Vito Corleone and how Michael goes through many tragic events while Vito starts the beginning of his life of crime.
Wow, what a masterpiece this film is. It amazed me in terms when you look at how it really pays attention to character arcs along with lighting & camerawork. There’s specific shots such as one wide shot that has a window…
I enjoyed the action and humor, since I’m a big fan of the genre here. The two main characters and Shaw’s sister are great characters. Hobbs and Deckard Shaw both have great banter between each other, both of these characters have character development as they can’t really cooperate to fight our generic bad guy at the start of the film. Both of these characters have well-written chemistry between each other, these characters both have bad views of each…