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Welcome back to Derry, Maine. Returning seemed inevitable. After the runaway success of the 2017 “IT” remake in the form of critical praise and box office records, it seemed like only a matter of time before the second half of arguably the most famous of Stephen King’s novels was adapted to …
Exaggeration is a vital component in any filmmaker’s toolbox. Whether you use it with extreme prejudice, like Martin Scorsese in films like “The Wolf of Wall Street,” or with extreme limitations, like Damien Chazelle in “Whiplash.”
How does one follow the end times? Well, director Jon Watts (“Cop Car,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming”) and writers Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna (both “The LEGO Batman Movie,” “Ant-Man and the Wasp”) decided to follow the end times with a vacation, taking one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (…
What does a filmmaker owe their audience? The argument can be made that people who decide to buy a ticket to “King of the Monsters” know what they’re getting themselves into. They want to see big monsters fight, so why bother trying to do more? This kind of an excuse is why genre films have …