12 items from 2016
For those of you who saw Captain America: Civil War and were hoping for a more epic and classical sound regarding the score (sorry Henry Jackman!), you can rest assured that the Russo brothers will be rectifying this going forward. AlanSilvestri.com has just reported that (surprise) Alan Silvestri will return to score both Infinity War films. The man is no stranger to Marvel, having... Read More »
- Sean Wist
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How do you end a series after it’s defined a platform for nearly 10 years, where do you take those characters? Uncharted 4 attempts to solve these questions and does so by delivering a narrative that grounds itself on human relationships and knowing when to show restraint. It’s a showcase of graphical prowess, stunning art direction and emotional writing that makes it an unforgettable finale that surpasses every other instalment.
Nathan Drake – the lover of a good adventure and the merciless slaughtering of a country worth of people left Uncharted 3 promising Elena to settle down with her and to hang up the hat of treasure hunting. Obviously by the virtue of this game existing, plans are disturbed when an old face turns up in Nate’s life – his brother Sam, if you thought this game would just be Nate and Elena sitting on the »
- Oliver Rebbeck
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Marvel closed out its Phase 2 slate last summer with Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, the later of which was originally supposed to kick off Phase 3 before the studio announced its upcoming line-up. Instead of Ant-Man, the studio decided that Captain America: Civil War will open Phase 3 in quite the explosive fashion, with practically every hero in the McU battling against each other. Over the weekend, the full track list for Henry Jackman's Captain America: Civil War soundtrack was released, which may feature a few cryptic story spoilers, so read on at your own risk.
The track list comes courtesy of Film Music Reporter, with the soundtrack consisting of 21 pieces of music, including one bonus track dubbed "Adiago." The soundtrack score consists of Siberian Overture (2:56), Lagos (2:10), Consequences (2:22), Ancestral Call (2:37), Zemo (3:09), The Tunnel (3:51), Celestial Bodies (1:44), Boot Up (5:16), New Recruit (1:47), Empowered (1: »
Only eleven days to go until Captain America: Civil War makes its highly anticipated domestic debut, which also means there are only eleven days before you get to hear Henry Jackman's epic score for the Russo Brothers-directed film. Earlier this morning, Hollywood Records (via Hans-Zimmer.com) unveiled the full track list for the upcoming original motion picture soundtrack and while there's nothing too revealing, it would probably still be best to proceed with caution as you scroll below just in case. The soundtrack will be available to purchase May 6, to coincide with the film's release. Check out the full track list below: 1) Siberian Overture (2:56) 2) Lagos (2:10) 3) Consequences (2:22) 4) Ancestral Call (2:37) 5) Zemo (3:09) 6) The Tunnel (3:51) 7) Celestial Bodies (1:44) 8) Boot Up (5:16) 9) New Recruit (1:47) 10) Empowered (1:59) 11) Standoff (4:01) 12) Civil War (4:26) 13) Larger Than Life (3:40) 14) Catastrophe (2:36) 15) Revealed (5:38) 16) Making Amends (1:34) 17) Fracture (4:00) 18) Clash (3:54) 19) Closure »
My first political memory is of Watergate. I was too young to truly understand what was happening, but I was aware that the President of the United States had done something wrong, and the country was upset because of it. That may be why I’ve grown up with a healthy sense of skepticism towards authority, particularly when it comes to the idea that authority is always right. I’ve never believed that, and that attitude has served me well. Truth be told, I wish that was not the case. I wish I could believe that our elected officials have our best interests at heart. I wish I believed that all policemen truly wanted to serve and protect our entire population equally. I wish I believed that the banks were designed to help us all financially. I wish I believed that the system was set up to allow all of »
- Drew McWeeny
Set against the antebellum South, The Birth Of A Nation follows Nat Turner, a literate slave and preacher, whose financially strained owner, Samuel Turner, accepts an offer to use Nat’s preaching to subdue unruly slaves. As he witnesses countless atrocities – against himself and his fellow slaves – Nat orchestrates an uprising in the hopes of leading his people to freedom.
In his Sundance Film Festival review, The Hollywood Reporter’s Todd McCarthy says the film, “offers up more than enough in terms of intelligence, insight, historical research and religious nuance to not at all be considered a missed opportunity. Far more of the essentials made it into the film than not; its makers’ dedication and minute attention are constantly felt, and the subject matter is still rare enough onscreen as to be welcome and needed, »
- Michelle McCue
Captain America: Civil War may be in your home as early as August...
The biggest box office hit of the year so far is heading to DVD and Blu-ray in the UK this September. Amazon UK has revealed the disc release date for Captain America: Civil War is September 5th 2016 in the UK. We suspect a digital HD release may well be available at the end of August, but that hasn’t been confirmed.
Thus far, DVD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray versions have been revealed. We suspect there’s going to be a box set in there somewhere too. There’s no official word yet on extra features. We’ll keep you posted on that.
Here’s the Blu-ray page for the movie over at Amazon…
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Directed, written, produced by, and starring Nate Parker, the Nat Turner biopic The Birth of a Nation is an unflinching and hopeful call to action where the helmer’s passion can be felt in every frame. By nodding to D. W. Griffith’s controversial, formally groundbreaking 1915 film, Parker is forging a new cinematic history for one of America’s most shameful eras. What’s lacking in aesthetic cohesion, pacing, and subtlety is made up for in a powerful lead performance and an essential story with compelling religious undercurrents.
“Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep for ever” is the Thomas Jefferson quote that opens the film, immediately lighting the fuse for the rebellion against history’s gravest injustices. Fitting comfortably into the classical Hollywood biopic format, the story begins with Nathaniel “Nat” Turner as a young slave boy in 1809 in Southampton County, »
- Jordan Raup
It speaks to his ambition that the writer, director, producer and actor Nate Parker chose to title his slavery drama “The Birth of a Nation,” though the film would be a significant achievement by any name. Arriving more than a century after D.W. Griffith’s epic lit up the screen with racist images forever destined to rankle and provoke, this powerfully confrontational account of Nat Turner’s life and the slave rebellion he led in 1831 seeks to purify and reclaim a motion-picture medium that has only just begun to treat America’s “peculiar institution” with anything like the honesty it deserves. If “12 Years a Slave” felt like a breakthrough on that score, then Parker’s more conventionally told but still searingly impressive debut feature pushes the conversation further still: A biographical drama steeped equally in grace and horror, it builds to a brutal finale that will stir deep emotion and inevitable unease. »
- Justin Chang
The directors of Captain America: Civil War give a taste as to what to expect...
Comic book movie season kicks off early this year with next month’s Deadpool. After that? Well, the very big guns arrives, with Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, followed by what is arguably the one to beat, as Marvel unleashes Captain America: Civil War in April. This is the one that has, we’re promised, major ramifications for the Marvel cinematic universe, as Iron Man and Captain America go head to head.
“We think of Civil War as a psychological thriller”, they said. “It’s a complicated movie. And yes, it divides these people that you’ve known to not only be a team, »
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Against a backdrop of fear and distrust, Cassie (Chloë Grace Moretz) is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother. As she prepares for the inevitable and lethal 5th wave, Cassie teams up with a young man who may become her final hope – if she can only trust him.
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12 items from 2016
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