I've said this before and I'll say it again, out of all the Marvel Cinematic Universe Television Series that were announced Loki was the one that I was the most excited for. Not because I am a Loki or Tom Hiddleston mega stan - Hiddleston can get it I'll admit that - but the look, … Continue reading TV Review: Loki (S1) | A Somewhat Complex Talkathon
Sometimes posters tells as much of a story as the movie or TV-Show they promote.
TV Review: Loki (Pilot) | A Recap and A Mystery
Michael Waldron (Head Writer) & Kate Herron (Director)CASTTom HiddlestonOwen WilsonGugu Mbatha-RawWunmi Mosaku Review: I suspected as much but Loki has a different vibe than the other shows and I love it. The set and costume designs, the cinematography, it all look singular yet it fits with the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Story wise … Continue reading TV Review: Loki (Pilot) | A Recap and A Mystery
TV Review: Wandavision | Poster Analysis
I love this! This WandaVision poster is brilliant. Given what we know of the series, meaning that it's inspired by different sitcoms throughout the ages, the static wave like ripples on the image screams TV. In fact the whole thing looks like a picture of a temperamental television screen. The demarcation between the black and … Continue reading TV Review: Wandavision | Poster Analysis
The Program | Poster Analysis
A poster study of 2015 Stephen Frears' movie on Lance Armstrong, The Program.
Unbroken | Poster Analysis
I always like it when a movie poster really means something, when you have to pay attention to notice what it’s about. In this one, the poster looks old like parchment paper, which to me implies that it’s an old story. Jack O'Connell’s face is strong, his eyes are intense, piercing through you. The Japanese … Continue reading Unbroken | Poster Analysis
Still Alice | Poster Analysis
Still Alice it’s such a smart poster for the movie, looking at it you have the synopsis right there. Julianne Moore is selling it, touching her hospital bracelet, seemingly trying to hold on to herself, the expression on her face, and the background representing her memories fading away. It illustrates very well what the disease is … Continue reading Still Alice | Poster Analysis