Sylvester Stallone is one of the most interesting and inspirational stars of his time. He has starred in dramas and action films. His filmography is filled with many fan favorites. He has worked along other stars such as Kurt Russel, Wesley Snipes, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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This is one of the more memorable films that Stallone has starred in. He plays as a cop in pursuit of a notorious outlaw. He catches the outlaw, but they both are frozen. They wake up in the future to continue their war.
Cobra is another iconic film. It is a pure action film starring Sylvester Stallone. This is one of the movies that fans mention when they talk about Stallone films.
This is one of the iconic feel good movies of Sylvester Stallone’s career. As a matter of fact, this is the series that have launched him into stardom. One thing that is interesting about the Rocky series is that they are great representations of Sylvester Stallone’s stage of life. He has recently starred in a spin off film. The entire series is also home to some of the best fighting movies you can find anywhere.
This is perhaps another iconic role amongst Sylvester Stallone movies. If Rocky was the film that has launched him into stardom, the Rambo series is the set of films that have established him as an action star. Rambo and Rocky seem like two sides of the same coin. However, as with Rocky, Sylvester Stallone is also working on another Rambo film.
Visual Effects have undergone quite an evolution when it comes to movies. However, the effects are not necessarily better, they are just different. Some would argue that the visual effects of the older films were a bit better than they are now, due to the techniques that were used compared to today’s techniques.
These days, a lot of the effects are achieved with the use of CGI. A lot of the movies effects even to this day are rather cartoon-y, which often takes the audience out of the movie. There are other methods being experimented with in order to improve the effects in film. However, one major factor in effects is the people behind the effects. One of these people is the CEO John Textor
John Textor runs Pulse Evolution Corporation. He has lead the digital production in films such as Transformers, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, and plenty of other big name movies. Among the effects that are used in the films are de-aging effects as well s other digital type effects.
Some of the films that have believable effects use practical effects or at least incorporate them into the visual effects along with CGI. Fortunately, some of the big name directors are making a return to practically made movies. They are getting a grasp as to what types of films audiences want to see. They are also looking into making the types of films that they themselves would want to see with compelling stories and believable effects.
The on-again, off-again reboot of The Crow seems to be dormant once again. Luke Evans of Dracula Untold fame has chosen to leave the project. Without a top star, it is extremely difficult for the production to continue. Sure, another actor could be selected to play the role of the back-from-the-dead superhero. The trouble is a lot of actors and even directors have joined and departed the project.
Something is really wrong in the land of the crows.
The Crow is not only a remake of a popular cult film. The Crow first saw life as an independent comic book. Considering the original film was produced in 1994, six full years before the first X-Men movie, an argument could be make the producers were ahead of their time looking closely at non-mainstream comic book heroes and stories as the basis for a motion picture production.
Considering the film has amassed a huge cult following and comic book movies are super hot these days, a remake of The Crow was a no-brainer.
The trouble is “remaking” and “rebooting” require “producing”. The production of this film is not troubled. The pre-production of the project has been a nightmare. For whatever reason, this is just not a film anyone seems to be able to get off the ground. Perhaps we won’t see a new version of The Crow until another production company procures the rights. Fans like Marc Sparks will have to wait find out what happens.
Anyone who is alive today should remember the movie “Home Alone.” The movie was an instant hit, and is usually played every year on TV or cable. Home Alone. The movie also was the starting point of fame for Macaulay Culkin, although his fame has dwindled today. There are many questions that lingered about the movie that were never answered. One question in particular was how they could’ve possibly left Kevin McCallister behind, and not realize that he didn’t have his own ticket?
According to businessweek, in a slow-motion replay of the milk spilling incident, you can see the father clean up the milk with red paper towels, says Susan McGalla. If you pause the video after the towels are thrown into the garbage, you can see a plane ticket with the name “Kevin,” written at the top of it, which was accidentally thrown in the garbage. This solves the mystery as to why Kevin never had his own plane ticket. It doesn’t answer all the questions about his being left behind, but it’s a start.
Another burning question is, who picked up the tarantula off the face of the bad guy? If you look closely, the hand is too big to be that of Kevin McCallister, so it’s a puzzle as to who actually picked up the spider. One question that is very common too, is why didn’t the pizza man call the police, after he thought he was being shot at?