Here’s the new trailer for “Last Night in Soho” starring Anya Taylor-Joy. The film is directed by Edgar Wright and the rest of the cast includes Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie, Matt Smith, Terence Stamp, Diana Rigg, Rita Tushingham, Michael Ajao and Synnøve Karlsen.
If you’ve ever sat through an entire end credits, you’ll realise just how many people it can take to create a film. While the actors get the spotlight, there is so much happening behind the scenes. It’s such an exciting industry to be part of. We decided to delve into some departments and explore the work behind those end credit names.
Here’s a cool clip of Rob Reiner discussing “When Harry Met Sally” on The Late Late Show with James Corden. Rob discusses how he and Nora Ephron changed the ending to the film . . . which ended up being a great decision.
And of course we can’t do a post about this film without the iconic Meg Ryan scene as she fakes an orgasm for Bill Crystal . . .
I’ve wanted to see “The Conversation” for years, and with the pandemic raging I was able to catch up on a number of movies I had wanted to see. I had high expectations for this one, and frankly I came away a little disappointed.
Some movies just don’t age well, and that’s sometimes true with movies from the 70s. The decade was loaded with amazing films, and usually they live up to the billing. But some of the films that seemed ahead of their time in that decade just don’t age as well.
I was bored with this one, even though the story throws in some interesting twists.
The story behind the film is interesting, and one comes away impressed with the direction of Francis Ford Coppola and the acting by Gene Hackman and John Cazale. Roger Evert loved it, but the slow pace was too much too overcome.