For the past month or so I’ve been taking the blog slowly to focus my attention in creating better content, learning the ways the people from Movie Pilot write their posts and make them all so interesting and engaging. To do that, I’ve been taking an online course at creators.co called “creators academy” and focusing my attention in learning more about cinema at the same time that I absorb all the information they share there. The posts I’ve been making on my profile page there are far less opinative and more research based, and I love that. So far, I’ve made … Continue reading Sing Street, Fantastic Beasts and 2D Animation
A few weeks ago a guy from Movie Pilot invited me to learn more about writing through “creators academy”, an online course from creators.co, which is a really nice website. I was very interested in this, first because I could take my time with all the assignments, but also because I do realise that I have a lot more to offer than what shows through my writing, and that’s something I’ve been meaning to change for a very long time now. I started reading the information they provided, wanting to start my first assignment right away, but I never did. … Continue reading Who are we?
Jane Craig (Holly Hunter) is a talented segment producer for a local news show at a Washington D.C. network. Her best friend, Aaron Altman (Albert Brooks), is a good hearted news-writer who’s had a crush on her for years. Tom … Continue reading Reviewing Broadcast News (1987)
WHAT THE HELL? I could start and end my review of this movie just with that phrase, but I’ll contain myself and actually give you an explanation. If you watched the adaptations of the Percy Jackson book series to the … Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar DISASTER!
Written and directed by the brilliant Woody Allen, Blue Jasmine tells the story of a woman who recently became a widow and was obligated to change her life drastically. Jasmine French (Cate Blanchett) used to be filthy rich. She married … Continue reading Blue Jasmin
Emily Blunt stars as Rachel in this thriller directed by Tate Taylor (The Help) that tells the story of a young woman who becomes involved with a missing persons investigation. As a divorcee and an alcoholic, she becomes obsessed with … Continue reading The girl on the train
Written and directed by the brilliant Woody Allen, Café Society takes us back to 1930’s america when a young man from New York (Jesse Eisenberg) decides to move to Los Angeles seeking a more exciting way of living. He is … Continue reading Café Society