Posts Tagged ‘Louis Leterrier’

Review: Now You See Me

— by ADAM DALE — If there is one form of entertainment that really needs to be seen in person to get the full effect, I would say that it would have to be magic shows. If you see it on television, where it was prerecorded, then your first instinct is to think that what […][...]

Now You See Me: The First 4 Minutes

— by ADAM POYNTER — Magic may be abundant in movies and fairy tales, but in the real world we know it’s all an illusion. Illusions, sleight of hand and misdirection are all present in this opening scene for Louis Leterrier’s “Now You See Me,” brought to us by our friends at Fanda[...]

Get Ready for ‘Clash of the Titans 2’

— by CAM SMITH — In the realm of original films practically demanding to be remade, “Clash of the Titans” was at the very forefront. With its dated effects, wobbly writing and wooden lead performance, there was so much to improve on, and such a rich tapestry[...]

Under Review: ‘Clash of the Titans’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Mythology has never been my forte. What basic knowledge I do have stems from one place – not school – but Hollywood. It sounds like blasphemy, but films exploit the histories of a plethora of different branches of mythology, but especially Greek mythology and[...]

About That New Godzilla Project …

— by CAM SMITH — Back in 1998, just prior to the release of Roland Emmerich’s “Godzilla,” my local Zellers had a massive sale on VHS tapes chronicling the big green guy’s destructive adventures. For about a month straight, I gleefully submerged myself into his colorful, c[...]

Ten Clips from ‘Clash of the Titans’

— by JON MARTINCIC — As an audience, we like originality and creativity, but what we love is a classic return to the well. “Clash of the Titans” may not be the typical sequel, reboot or rehash, but it is a familiar story just on its most recent stint. Louis Leterrier, fresh off of 20[...]