Author: Eric Fetterman

Movie Review: ‘King Arthur: Legend of The Sword’ Is a Very Guy Ritchie Take on The Arthurian Mythos

Perhaps one of the most distinctive filmmakers working today, Guy Ritchie is often the real star of his projects, be that to their detriment or benefit. It’s that unique formula that has become somewhat polarizing to viewers. At this point, you either love Ritchie or you hate him, with not much gray area in which to operate, given just how defined his method is. Frenetic is probably the proper descriptive verbiage for Ritchie’s style. Montages, jump cuts, steady camera focus that transitions from scene to scene at a rapid pace. One thing to be said about him is that, while...

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Every Guy Ritchie Movie Ranked From Best to Worst

In honor of Guy Ritchie, whose latest film, King Arthur: Legend of The Sword, opens this weekend, we’ve decided to review and reflect on all his catalogue has to offer. This mans filmography spans 22 long years and 16 directorial credits (only 9 actual narrative features including Arthur) and I have seen them all. Ritchie has been one of my favorite directors for years, ever since i first saw Snatch, which led me to Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels which led me to the rest of his efforts, which are all invariably filled with distinct Guy Ritchie flavor,...

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Trailer Spotlight: ‘War Machine’

The upcoming Netflix film starring Brad Pitt, War Machine, just dropped it’s final trailer as a precursor to it’s impending release later this month. The trailer is a much more fleshed out view of the narrative and showcases the bountiful and perhaps even unintentional humor surrounding the Iraq war. The film is based on the Novel The Operators: The Wild & Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan and has Pitt playing US General Glenn McMahon (based on Gen Stanley McChrystal). The trailer provides insight to the absurdity, and it is clear this is going to be less...

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Steve McQueen Directing Tupac Documentary

Steve McQueen knows how to create polarizing character driven stories. 12 Years a Slave and Shame are a testament to his ability to produce character driven narratives with depth. So when McQueen takes aim at a giant like Tupac, it has to breed excitement. The academy award winning director has brokered a deal with the late rap moguls estate trustee Tom Whaley of Amaru Entertainment, which was created by the recently deceased Afeni Shakur. McQueen will take aim at chronicling the life of the controversial rapper/actor/poet who is still the only stand alone hip hop artist to be inducted...

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Baby Driver Featurette Digs Deeper Into Baby’s Backstory

Sony has dropped a new featurette that showcases Ansel Elgort‘s titular wheelman and how he is able to maintain some semblance of a clear conscience, in spit of being a get away man for a band of sociopaths. While it doesn’t seem likely that the audience would mince feelings for Baby with the rest of the psychos so the featurette may not be necessary, but it’s still good fun to see some behind the scenes insights. Edgar Wright‘s high octane heist film set to soundtrack is sure to be a crowd pleaser, and while everyone is struggling to see...

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