Have you watched the new Disney live action remake of Mulan yet? Originally set to premier on March 27, the movie was recently released on September 4th, 2020. Amid the excitement of many fans, however, there has also been a controversy surrounding the film. It has been brought to attention that Liu Yifei, who stars as Mulan, was a supporter of the Hong Kong police … Continue reading New Allegations Spark Protests of Disney’s Live Action Mulan
The separation between fantasy and reality has been clear throughout history, but even when creating unimaginable worlds, from the Forbidden Forest in Harry Potter to the Death Star in Star Wars, writers and filmmakers always find a way to pull us in. As years pass actors come and go and movie stars rise and fall, but through all of that the field of animation has … Continue reading A Brief History of Animation
“You never remember the beginning of your dreams, do you? You just turn up in the middle of what’s going on.” Dom Cobb said this while he was putting together a group of people to fish into the subconscious minds of others and to take the information to possibly help Dom fix a past wrong and get back to his children. This movie is filled … Continue reading Inception Review
Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra are two of my favourite shows. I don’t know about you but they are perfect shows to watch when you’re bored, need a new show, or are looking for something different to watch. While they have their differences, ATLA and LOK are based on the same general elements - pun intended. This article will provide spoilers for those who have not … Continue reading Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra Review
Entertainment has no boundaries. Every so often, new entertainment replaces the old, and the old becomes the obsolete. So what about movie theaters? Continue reading Editorial: Are Movie Theaters Dying?
In 1965 Frank Herbert published Dune, a massive sci-fi tome based on the simple idea that deserts are scary and that deadliness increases with size. A desert the size of an entire planet, Herbert imagined, would be as deadly as the vacuum of space. That concept, among others, was enough to fuel a nearly 900 page retelling of Greek mythology filled with adventure and astonishingly … Continue reading The First Dune Trailer is Finally Here
Film music: from magical soundtracks that accompany your favorite major motion pictures, to popular songs played on the radio countless times, to original songs made especially for movies where cinema goes music follows. Now it’s film week here at The City Voice and as you know I love music! When you put ‘em both together, you get film music! So find your seats, bring your popcorn, … Continue reading The Role of Music in Movies
When CBS announced their intention so start developing new Star Trek shows back in 2017, they took the franchise where no Federation crew had gone before: pessimism. Rather than zipping around the galaxy with the Federation’s trademark relentless optimism the crew of Star Trek: Discovery faced a terrible war that threatened to consume not only their fictitious lives but also viewers’ faith in Rodenberry’s utopia. … Continue reading Star Trek Discovery Season 3 Trailer Responds to a Dark World with Hope
From its very first moments The Vast of Night makes clear its intention to live in the moment. Set in 1950s New Mexico, every shot of the movie is absolutely filled with detail that speaks to its position in history. From the cars to the buildings to such indefinable things as the angle of the shots or the color balance, the viewer immediately gets the … Continue reading The Vast of Night is an Unsettling Portrait of an Imagined Moment
This week Japanese film company Studio Ghibli released more than 400 still frames from their beautiful animated films for free and unrestricted public use. This is the first time that Ghibli has released any of their art for public use, in the past they have maintained very strict control over their intellectual property. The loosening of control is great news for Ghibli fans, many of … Continue reading Studio Ghibli Releases More Than 400 Stills Free
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