In The Avengers, Steve Rogers once asked the beloved Iron Man Tony Stark “Big man in a suit of armor. Take that off, what are you?” In true Stark style, Tony replied, “Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.” Now Stark faces a terror that will make him rethink the answer. Can Stark single-handedly start the 2013 summer movie season off with a bang? All will be revealed as Stark faces his biggest challenge to date as Robert Downey Jr. suits up one more time in IRON MAN 3.
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For a film as dependent on visual texture as Don’t be Afraid of the Dark, it makes sense that Guillermo del Toro would choose graphic novelist Troy Nixey to direct his updated vision of the 1973 made-for-television horror classic. Stepping behind the camera for his first feature, Nixey makes an admirable attempt at revitalizing a style of horror that has all but disappeared in contemporary cinema, emphasizing suspense and imagery rather than gratuitous bloodletting, but whose effort is completely subverted by a script that lacks vitality. Read the rest of this entry »
When you think of today and how politicians need to look like movie stars when they’re running so they get the people’s attention, you have to think how hard it was on politicians and monarchs back when radio first came out how hard that transition really was. Before radio a politician or monarch only needed to take a good photo, and have something written well of them. Radio changed all of that. For the first time everyone heard them speak. It no longer mattered solely what the words were, but how good you could sell them. People, just like today, started to feel as though they knew the man who they heard speaking. Think of the pressure that could bring.