Wonder Woman 1984 sets the stage to discuss six examples of lazy storytelling for all kinds of storytellers.
“It’s A Superhero Movie” is Not An Excuse for Bad Storytelling
Wonder Woman 1984 is a disappointment of a movie filled with silly contrivances and lazy storytelling. What can we learn from it?
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A step by step breakdown of why “Citizen Kane” is the most unoriginal, boringest, non-cinematic piece of garbage, and not as cool as “The Transformers.”
Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane is widely regarded as the greatest movie ever made. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but whoever put this movie on any kind of top 10 or even top 100 list obviously knows nothing about REAL filmmaking.
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A nostalgic look at the 1981 fantasy blockbuster, “Excalibur,” that launched the careers of some of the UK’s most successful actors.
When you think of HBO’s Game of Thrones, what comes to mind? Probably gloriously epic fantasy battles, creepy magic, sexually seductive witches with prolonged lifespans, amazing scores, a plethora of UK accents, magic swords, ageless wizards, political machinations, and titillating sex scenes.
But what if I told you that almost 30 years to the day before Game of Thrones premiered on TV, there was a movie that had all those same elements?
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An alternate direction for the third Star Wars trilogy that could have honored the first and left us all feeling satisfied.
Why the frak did we need another Skywalker trilogy? Newsflash. We didn’t.
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