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Movie memories, by Siraj Syed—X-Men-The Last Stand (2006): Fire and ice

Movie memories, by Siraj Syed—X-Men-The Last Stand (2006): Fire and ice X-Men and X-Women in all their glory, with abilities that, together, are capable of almost anything, like battling forces of the government of the USA, and each other, in this threequel to X-Men (2000) and X-2 (2003). What would have been a trilogy, has continued into 2017. Having three to four years in between the successive franchise films works for the project, even in later editions, though there was a spate du...

The Guardians of the Galaxy-Vol. 2, Review by Siraj Syed: Turn-up the volume

The Guardians of the Galaxy-Vol. 2, Review by Siraj Syed: Turn-up the volume TGOTG goes back to 1980, when Peter’s father was courting his mother, and then comes to present day, when he s about 35. Like Vol. 1, the film is a riot of colour, sci-fi (visuals) and hi-fi (sounds), even celebrating its own prowess in painting the screen with an explosion of VFX hues, like a futurist child’s dream display of fire-works. It also taps upon latest sound techniques to run music, SFX and dia...

Avengers: Age of Ultron, Review: Fan-fare

Avengers: Age of Ultron, Review: Fan-fare Overloaded, campy and ‘fancentric’, Avengers: Age of Ultron is the Marvel Comics and Studios’ counterpart of the Justice League of America, the other array of comic book heroes that have thrilled young readers for several decades now. Just as readers were thrilled to find Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Cyborg, Firestorm and Element Woman (current line-up, different from original members) between th...

Sunscreen film fest podcast 20, with special guest; Chris Wyatt (continued from podcast 19)

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Sunscreen film fest podcast 20, with special guest; Chris Wyatt (Chris is best known for Producing Napoleon Dynamite and being a writer on the Avenger's Animated Series and the Ultimate Spider-man animated Series on Disney XD).  Discussion includes, Avenger's, X-men, Spider-man, Superman, David Hasselhof, Captain America, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, the Rocketeer, and more nerd discussion than you can possibly imagine. Click Here to Watch http://youtu.be/Dp4kZldMnmM Contact...

Sunscreen film fest podcast 19, with special guest; Chris Wyatt

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Sunscreen film fest podcast 19, with special guest; Chris Wyatt (Chris is best known for Producing Napoleon Dynamite and being a writer on the Avenger's Animated Series and the Ultimate Spider-man animated Series on Disney XD).     Click here to watch http://youtu.be/k1J0m5vVLZU Discussion includes, Avenger's, X-men, Spider-man, Superman, David Hasselhof, Captain America, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, the Rocketeer, and more nerd discussion than you can possibly imagine. ...

The Global Film Village: Toying with Transmedia at the LA Film Festival

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The Marvel Universe: (c) 2010 Marvel Comics All Rights Reserved.  by Marc Halperin Toying with Transmedia was a lecture by MIT professor Henry Jenkins, this trend has been around for more than a decade but has gained traction lately. I first heard about Transmedia at the San Diego Comic-Con years ago. Robert Gould an old friend created Imaginosis in 1999 to focus on visual artists who create "World Properties." At the center of that company is the World of Brian...

The Global Film Village: The WGA Just Add Pictures by Marla Lewin

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 During the WGA strike last year there was an expansion of discussion among members and a desire to enhance the earning potential of the membership through greater ongoing communication. This is one of the first of the series of panel discussions which will explore various genres with writers and industry executives at the top of their game. The Saturday July 11, 2009 panel was about the huge comic book to film genre. The topic was turning screenplays into comic books to enhance their salabilit...
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