Late Spring 1978, Clarksville Drive-In, Indiana — The car bounced to a halt on the uneven ground, some concoction between gravel and grass. I clamored out of the back seat and onto the hood, where I would remained perched for the next couple of hours in brazen defiance […]
Bill Wyman over at Slate ranks all of Spielberg’s films, along with an essay about watching all of them in a row, and the narrative nonsense that became obvious as a result.
In adapting Tintin, Noah Berlatsky writes, “Spielberg provides spectacular ship-to-ship battles, requisite car chases, and improbable fights between construction cranes. But he left out the thing that made the Indiana Jones films most like the Hergé books. That is, racism.”
“If there is one recurring image that defines the cinema of Steven Spielberg, it is The Spielberg Face. Eyes open, staring in wordless wonder in a moment where time stands still. But above all, a child-like surrender in the act of watching, both theirs and ours. It’s as […]
Charles Forsman adapts Jaws to the world of Charles Schulz’ Peanuts.
Blastr has a new trailer up for The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn and in it, Tintin, Capt. Haddock and Milou take a trip into the Uncanny Valley.
It took 3–or maybe 4–stout men, including John Milius, to write Quint’s famous speech in Jaws.