Two very good websiteshttps://cinema-scope.com/http://www.sensesofcinema.com/> story telling in general
Don't know about that, but this guy is an expert and has some good book recommendations. Alternatively you can go on some subreddits that cover related topics although I would stay away from reddit in generalhttps://www.lessonsfromthescreenplay.com/reading-list
Thank you, I will look into it
watching Hour of The Wolf rn
I don't get how anybody likes that MCU shit. I am no stranger to loving schlock (Troma is one of my favorite movie studios) but like, they don't even have good action or any emotion/sexuality to em. Literally the death of cinema.
Any of yous guys like em that wants to help a comrade out? I genuinely have no idea how they're popular
Watching King of Staten Island right now, and ngl, I fuckin love it. This movie really does capture what it is to be in ur 20's on Shaolin rn
Watching Dog Day Afternoon, most anti-cop film I've ever seen.accelerationAcceleration
I always found it hard to come up with ideas for a story, even a very basic log line for a good concept. Mass production has pushed every idea out at a faster and faster rate, and as a result nothing seems unique to try.
It's plain and simple subjective
Nothing deeper to understand.
I personally like the lore aspect and the comedy.>>17762
Brb gonna watch it
>ur 20's on Shaolin rn
I'm 26 qnd live on Staten Island and there's parts of the film I heavily relate to
>>17757>they don't even have good action
this isn't true>or any emotion/sexuality to em.
Also isn't true
mcu is pure hype, especially when you know a comic fan that knows more than you and tells you all about the backstory or other tidbits. It's also good basic entertainment. I also have to imagine older comic book fans who use to dream of seeing superheroes on the big screen in high quality must have had their minds blown 100x over by now. Could you imagine something like this as a kid in the 70s?
otoh i'd definitely prefer digital for editing convenience lol
>no mention of Eisenstein
I've noticed a pattern and want to see if you agree:
All the films about a protagonist having a strange experience of the world (unintentional time travel, can stop time, parallel universe where no-one has lied, etc.) have a male lead.
What about that old burger film the one with the cowardly lion and a scarecrow
That old black and white color film? Yeah, good point.
almost all films have a male lead
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