Who in the world is Lazer Team? While Austin-based digital entertainment company Rooster Teeth and its first feature film “Lazer Team” may not be on everyone’s radar, its sci-fi sequel is a sharp and entertaining follow-up worthy of attention — and a testament to the fact that storytelling care can transcend any sort of low-budget limitation.
YouTube is nearly synonymous with vlogging, and the platform — with 1.5 billion active users each month, all of whom only need a camera and an internet connection — feeds into it. Most of the “YouTube stars” are vloggers or have gotten into vlogging, and some, such as Casey Neistat, elevate their production value immensely and truly transform the art.
When we get old and our partners pass, the nights can get lonely with no one to talk to — that’s the idea behind Our Souls at Night, and the impetus that drives Louis (Robert Redford) and Addie (Jane Fonda), two 70-something widows, together.
@angelicabastien Right now, your well-being is so important to me & to everyone replying to you. I don't know you personally, but I care for your well-being because we are a part of a film community, a writers community. That *can be* & *is* your family too. You can lean on us when you need
@angelicabastien I read your reviews often and I always find them to be *such* a valuable part of the conversation around film. But beyond that, you are a human being who deserves love and empathy that can eventually lead to self-love too. I can relate to depression. Please know that you matter
@MarkHarrisNYC Right now, I'm looking at Mudbound, CMBYN, Molly's Game, Disaster Artist & maybe Death of Stalin? Others could be Last Flag, WFTPOTA, First They Killed My Father, The Beguiled, Logan, BR2049, Last Jedi. We could see a blockbuster or two in adapted
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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