"I can't do what I do without you on my earpiece," Bradley Fine flattered Susan Cooper.
Paul Feig must be very fond of Melissa McCarthy's comic persona. After the hilarious all-girl Bridesmaids (2011) and cop-buddy-gone-wrong The Heat (2013), they team up again in designating McCarthy as the eventual main protagonist in super ludicrous espionage spoof, Spy. (more…)
"There are two wolves who are always fighting. One is darkness and despair. The other is light and hope. The question is... which wolf wins?" Casey encouraged.
I always trust Brad Bird for his keen, inventive storytelling; and mostly for his compact vision to the story he directs, like in his animation features (The Iron Giant, The Incredibles, Ratatouille). When it came to his first live-action feature (see MI4: Ghost Protocol), I begin to admire his stylish blockbuster action directing, with excellent action choreography and visual spectacles that projects grand designs. Yet, his latest collaboration with Disney in Tomorrowland is something different; it has all Bird's live-action qualities minus his trademark keen storytelling. (more…)