A couple of years ago I made a post talking about traditional animation, and addressing this pessimist view about it. Why is 2D animation dying, if it’s still one of the most amazing art forms? In my head, that made no sense. I spent most of my life studying it despite the fact that it was being abandoned by the big companies gradually, until even Disney animation, the mother of traditionally animated features, caved into 3D permanently. In that first post, I mentioned that the real issue with traditional animation was that the big masters weren’t able to work with … Continue reading 2D Is Not Dead
Most people either absolutely love or despise romantic movies because they tend to be too cute or unrealistic, sometimes (most times) both. In my case, I tend to hate them. Already tried everything, from “A Walk To Remember” to “Moulin … Continue reading 5 Romances You Can Actually Watch
Guillermo Del Toro’s new monster movie is out and oh my God how amazing it is! From the stunning photography to the make-up to the locations to the incredible costume design it is absolutely perfect, top to bottom. “The … Continue reading The Shape Of Water
Today I finally watched what may be the very best coming of age movie in history: Lady Bird tells the story of a 17 year old Christine (Saoirse Ronan) who likes to be called “Lady Bird” and lives with her … Continue reading Lady Bird
It’s not usual for me to get caught up in a movie, specially because I tend to over analyze everything and rarely give me up entirely to it. This was one of the very few exceptions. I went to the … Continue reading Your Name
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)