Tag Archives: Films

Lady Gaga is the Best (Review of Five Foot Two)

It’s no secret around these parts that I quietly feel Lady Gaga is the best, so take it as no surprise that I’ve decided to review the latest documentary starring the one and only. Filmed with a Steadicam and featuring … Continue reading

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Top 3 Screen Kisses of the Last 30 Years

Last of the Mohicans (1992) Probably my most favorite, their is nothing more passionate than seeing a ripped Daniel Day-Lewis embrace Madeline Stowe with his tender hands as the famous score by Howard Shore swells in the background, leading up … Continue reading

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You heard it first folks

Yes folks, you heard it first!   Lady Gaga (our staff’s secret favorite writer for this blog) has signed on to star in a remake of the classic Hollywood film A Star is Born, or so Birth.Movies.Death. reported, mostly like based … Continue reading

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Modern Legacy (A doomed screenplay)

Written with Donna Neuman   Ext. A field – Day A Native American is by himself. We see his eyes. Ext. Modern Exchange – Day ME report News – Anchor Person – with small box to the side of the … Continue reading

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single take 6 – evolution

The following is an installment in an ever ongoing series of single take shots meant to be an homage to the earliest days of film, when a movie consisted of a single reel that lasted a matter of minutes.  

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Single Take 3.2 – Perfection

The following is an installment in an ever ongoing series of single take shots meant to be an homage to the earliest days of film, when a movie consisted of a single reel that lasted a matter of minutes.  

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Single Take 2 – I always screw up

The following is an installment in an ever ongoing series of single take shots meant to be an homage to the earliest days of film, when a movie consisted of a single reel that lasted a matter of minutes.  

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