Moving stuff here!
"Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse" - I'm writing this "for one last time"...
This has been an excellent value-addition not only to the saturated story-lines of Spider-Man films but, also to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
PS: Happy that this one won the Golden Globe. Next stop: Academy Award!
Happy for “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”. A breath of fresh air and a rightful addition to the not only the films on Spider-Man but, Marvel Cinematic universe as well.
Though, a little surprised that the front-runner - "A Star is Born" - only had to suffice with one win.
It seems that the subsequent awards may have surprises of their own.
Pretty insightful! As viewers, and even film-enthusiasts, we tend to overlook such minor yet fundamentally crucial aspects of making a film. Thanks to such articles, we are gently reminded of not just them but also about the importance of such comprehensive collaborations that go beyond the serviceable limits and adding much value into the final outcome.
One can't help but appreciate the effort and the meticulousness which goes into creating something - especially when it's a colossal surprise-package like "Birdman".
Undeniably, the Cinematography has been the most significant aspect of the film.
I don't know a better way of putting it, but even the inputs from likes of DI Colouring department (as highlighted) were clearly so influential in making this film the way it came out and what it has become, in a mere span of few years.
Undoubtedly, remarkable film-making!
Some pretty useful views on writing a story.
Reminds me of how Aristotle quoted way back in his writings, "Pity - Fear - Catharsis" function as a standard formula for writing a story.