We’re not sure what prompted Rishi Kaneria to be defensive of movie props – they’re often commercialized, how could they be ignored? – but we are grateful of what came out of his sentiments. His video gives various examples of props used effectively.
Did you know that Space Jam is still the highest grossing basketball movie of all time? Or that Warner Bros. moved an entire indoor basketball court to its studio so Jordan could keep practicing while making the movie? Learn all that in more in The Film Theorists’ feature.
HISHE tries to come up with a more sensible beginning to Back to the Future: Part II, but it doesn’t make much sense. How’s this for a practical opening: have Doc Brown tell Marty and Jennifer to move after they get married and start their family elsewhere. Problem solved.
(PG-13: Language) In Mike Judge’s 2006 movie, everyone had a low IQ. But as Cracked points out, at least they knew they were idiots. Best of all, they were nice people. Unlike today where we have idiots who don’t want to be educated, hateful idiots, and idiots with power.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) A full length film based on the legendary horror comedy short film, The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon. It will reveal Ginosaji’s origin, motivation and weakness. We sincerely hope he has none of the above.