Filmmakers often thread their films with bold visuals, unique characters, creative color schemes, and more to create one-of-a-kind movie-going experiences for audiences everywhere. IMDb takes a closer look at the signature trademarks of the world's greatest film directors.
I just discovered this show a few days ago and totally binge-watched every episode. It's sweet and concise, celebrating love for movies and the creative process behind making them, from actors, directors, producers, sfx artists, you name it. I think the hosts are terrific and the joy they bring into each episode, whether they're on location somewhere in Hollywood or interviewing guests, made me want to keep watching. They are able to bring out a youthful and excited side from each guest, and it's fun to see filmmakers talk about movies and tv shows they love and then geek out playing movie games. Guests not only talk about current work, but the hosts also talk with them about past projects; for example, it was really cool when Tim immediately out of the gate asked Alessandro Nivola about working on Face/Off, and watching Kerri smoke a cigar with Norman Lear was badass and had me cracking up. It's fun to watch an episode and then turn around and watch trailers for movies they talked about that I hadn't heard of before. Added to the watch list. Done. This show is a great way to spend a lighthearted ten-fifteen minutes. I hope there are many more seasons ahead.
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