Adventure

February 12, 2020

Rogue One: Space Opera film

A 2016 American amazing space opera film, Rogue One, is also known as Rogue One: a Star Wars Story.

The film got its direction by Gareth Edwards, screenplay by Tony Gilroy and Chris Weitz, and Story by Gary Whitta and John Knoll.

It was produced by Kathleen Kennedy, Simon Emanuel, and Allison Shearmur. The music was given by Michael Giacchino, editing by John Gilroy, Colin Goudie, and Jabez Olssen, and cinematography by Greig Fraser under the Lucasfilm Ltd. production company.

The Motion Picture and The Walt Disney Studios has distributed the film and released it in the Pantages Theatre on the 19th of December 2016 and in the United States on the 16th of December 2016. read more

March 13, 2020

Homeland – A crime thriller

An American television series, Homeland is the Crime, political, psychological, and espionage thriller and the serial drama genre series.

The series is based on the novel by Gideon Raff of the name Prisoners of War. Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon have developed the series and Sean Callery has composed it.

Katie O’Hara, Mandy Patinkin, Lauren White, and Charlotte Stoudt has produced the series, Homeland with Howard Gordon, Michael Cuesta, Ran Telem, Alexander Cary, Meredith Stiehm, Patrick Harbinson, Claire Danes, Alex Gansa, Gideon Roff, Avi Nir, Henry Bromell, Chip Johannessen, Lesli Linka Glatter, Michael Klick, and Ron Nyswaner as the executive producers. Homeland was shot on the single-camera set up. Terry Kelley, David Latham, Joe Hobeck, and Jordan Goldman has done the editing and David Kelin, Nelson Cragg, and Chris Manley has done the cinematography of the series. read more

April 27, 2020

Impulse – a science fiction genre

An American television series, Impulse is a drama and science fiction genre series. The series is the adaptation of the novel by Steven Gould of the same name as Impulse. Jeffrey Lieber is the developer of the series and Deru is the composer.

The series, Impulse is produced by Michael Pendell and Kim Todd as the producers. It also includes Jeffrey Lieber, Doug Liman, Gene Klein, David Bartis, and Lauren LeFranc as the executive producers of the series.

Ontario in Canada is the production location of the series, Impulse. Colin Hoult and David Greene are the cinematographers of the series and also includes Christopher S. Capp, Tamara Luciana, and Doc Crotzer as the editors of the series. The series, Impulse is produced under the Universal Cable Productions and the Hypnotic production company banners. read more

March 28, 2020

Star Trek: Discovery

An American web televisions series, Star Trek: Discovery is the adventurous science-fiction drama series.

Alex Kurtzman and Bryan Fuller were the creators of the series and Alexander Courage and Jeff Russo were the composers. The series was based on Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek. April Nocifora, Jill Danton, Geoffrey Hemwall, and Aaron Baiers were the producers and David Semel, Trevor Roth, Heather Kadin, Aaron Harberts, Bryan Fuller, Eugene Roddenberry, Akiva Goldsman, Gretchen J. Berg, and Alex Kurtzman were the executive producers of the Star Trek: Discovery television series. read more

March 17, 2020

Locke & Key – Supernatural horror drama

An American television series, Locke & Key is the supernatural horror drama genre series.

Lock & Key series is based on the Locke & Key novel by Gabriel Rodriguez and Joe Hill. Meredith Averill, Carlton Cuse, and Aron Eli Coleite are the developers of the series. Kevin Lafferty and Rauf Glasgow are the producers of the series.

It also include Meredith Averill, Tim Southam, Carlton Cuse, Lindsey Springer, Michael Morris, John Weber, Aron Eli Coleite, Ted Adams, Andy Muschietti, David Alpert, Joe Hill, Frank Siracusa, Chris Ryall, Lydia Antonini, Barbara Muschietti, and Rick Jacobs as the executive producers of the Locke & Key. read more

March 18, 2020

Lost in Space – A sci-fiction genre

An American television series, Lost in Space is an adventurous sci-fiction family drama series. The series was developed by Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama with Irwin Allen as the creator.

It was based on the Johann David Wyss’s The Swiss Family Robinson and Irwin Allen’s 1965 series of Lost in Space.

John Williams and Christopher Lennertz are the composers of Lost in Space.

At the Vancouver, British Columbia, the production had taken place and was produced by the executive producers Zack Estrin, Jon Jashni, Burk Sharpless, Alex Graves, Neil Marshall, Kevin Burns, Matt Sazama, and Marc Helwig. read more

February 26, 2020

Charlie’s Angels

Elena Houghlin is an engineer and programmer for Alexander Brock who assisted in the invention of Calisto, a sustainable energy source that will change the way the world uses power. However, still in the early phases of development, the prototypes are dangerous and when she finds that Peter Fleming, Brock’s head of development, is covering up the dangerous potential the devices have, Elena is determined to expose him.

She meets with the Townsend Agency to share her findings, but an assassin quickly puts an end to the meeting by killing the Agency Representative, Edgar, and leaving Elena to drown. However, Elena is saved by the late Edgar’s protege, Jane Kano. Jane brings Elena to meet up with their partner, Sabina Wilson, and the three unite with intentions to handle the situation as a team. read more

February 21, 2020

Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (Episode III)

A 2005 American film, Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, is a fantastic space opera movie. It is the final series of the Star Wars prequel trilogy and the third film in the Skywalker Saga franchise.

The film was directed and written by George Lucas and produced by Rick McCallum.

The music of the film was composed by John Williams, editing was done by Ben Burtt and Roger Barton, and the cinematography was obtained by David Tattersall.

The Lucasfilm Ltd. produced the film under their banner. The film got its distribution by the 20th Century Fox and released it in the Cannes Film Festival on the 15th of May 2005 and theatrically in the United States on the 19th of May 2005. read more

February 3, 2020

Captain America: The First Avenger

A 2011 American film, Captain America: The First Avenger, is a superhero film that is based on the character of the Marvel Comic. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it is the fifth film.

The film was directed by Joe Johnston, screenplay by Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus, and produced by Kevin Feige.

The music for the film was given by Alan Silvestri, editing was by Robert Dalva and Jeffrey Ford, and cinematography was by Shelly Johnson. The film was produced under the Marvel Studios production banner. read more