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Out on Screen

Movie reviews, Cinema and DVD

In the five years since the release of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, there has been a lot of love/hate for the film and a flip and flop as to whether the movie was set in the same universe as Scott’s 1979 masterpiece Alien. There were obvious elements connecting the films, but Scott always seemed reluctant to say they had anything to do with each other.

Until now.

Friday, May 12, 2017

Too Much of a Good Thing?

The case of Guardians of the Galaxy 2

Let me start here by saying I absolutely loved the first Guardians of the Galaxy. After a lengthy spell of traditional superhero movies from Marvel, more dramatic than comedic, the film was a refreshing breath of air, an epic sci-fi action film that replaced a lot of the seriousness of the previous Marvel movies with some off-the-wall comedy, courtesy of director James Gunn and the blessing of Marvel. Considering how Marvel was building their Cinematic Universe, connecting all of their superhero films, it’s a miracle Guardians got made in the first place.

Friday, April 28, 2017

Bittersweet Wartime Romance

Their Finest– Gazing nostalgically through celluloid at the U.K. at war

Back in 1987 director John Boorman gave us the charming wartime, slice-of-life Hope and Glory which was a semi-autobiographical take on his own childhood growing up in England during World War II. That film had a specific look that made one feel they were watching a film from the 1940s. The new World War II romance Their Finest has that same look and feel, and the results are just as charming.

The 19th Annual Maryland Film Festival will take place from Wednesday, May 3rd to Sunday, May 7th in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. Coinciding with the opening of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway Theatre (SNF Parkway), festival events are all within walkable distances around the theatre, at venues including MICA’s Brown Center, Gateway Building, and Lazarus Studio Center.

Friday, April 14, 2017

Revitalized SNF Parkway Theatre

Movie Magic is Back into Station North

Frank Capra once said “There are no rules in filmmaking. Only sins. And the cardinal sin is dullness.” One thing is for sure, filmgoers will not find anything dull about the newly revitalized Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway Film Center (SNF Parkway). Boasting a breathtaking 414-seat auditorium with state-of-the-art projection and sound, two smaller 85-seat theatres, as well as a ground-floor bar lounge, the SNF Parkway will permanently serve as the year-round headquarters for the Maryland Film Festival. The theatre will also provide educational opportunities for students and members of Johns Hopkins, MICA, and the community at large.


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