Despite the high budget and the Special Jury Prize won at Venice Film Festival, “The Bad Batch” disappoints the expectations arose from her feature film debut, the b/w vampire western “A girl walks home alone at night”.
Positive Magazine, in collaboration with Biennale Urbana, and thanks to the support of Bevande Futuriste and Giol Italian Organic and Vegan Wines, organized an unique event during the Venice Film Festival.
It’s not clear who could be part of the audience of a movie like The Woman Who Left, at least outside the Festival and its enthusiastic audience, but maybe it doesn’t matter.
Alice Lowe (Sightseers,Locke, Hot Fuzz) directed and starred in her revenge movie “Prevenge” while she was pregnant, portraying this experience as a superpower beyond the Clichés, through a melange of different genres (horror, comedy, noir and a sci-fi touch) reflecting the different physical and psychological states related to being pregnant: she wanted the film to be funny, scary, sad, awkward, ...
Always Shine director Sophia Takal deals with traditional expected lady-like manners in the competitive world of Hollywood
Venice Film Festival and James Franco are an inseparable match since years and in the course of time have brought more than a surprise.
The bloody Chuck Wepner, “The Bayonne Bleeder”: the boxer who faced the world champion Muhammed Ali and the true source of inspiration of Stallone’s legend, Rocky Balboa.
Words by FRANCESCO ALO’ Translation by Bianca Baroni In collaboration with Badtaste.it Four chapters (Disclosure, Exodus, Genesis, Punishment), -and the first three written chronologically backwards- are the lifting body of the western deeds Brimstone, which is the first great international work for the Dutch director Martin Koolhoven, class 1969. Dakota Fanning, Kit Harington, Guy Pearce e […]
The few things that A Single Man and Nocturnal Animals have in common (Tom Ford’s first and second movie) are hair and interiors, as to say a red-haired woman, unsatisfied with her marriage with betrayal, who messes around in insane luxurious houses.
“What did we forget?”. These are Lenny Belardo’s words (Jude Law) that appear as a leitmotive in the first two passionate episodes of The Young Pope, a short series made up of 10 episodes, directed by Paolo Sorrentino, which will be shown on TV on October, 21st, on Sky Atlantic, while will be broadcasted on HBO on February, 2017.