A “Soft Reboot” – Restarting a franchise, series or continuity but still acknowledging what went before! Views from the Sofa is back! After the New Year brought me a beautiful new daughter, my life was thrown upside-down and something had to … Continue reading Views from the Sofa – A “Soft Reboot.”
It’s only been a week but Me and Adam bring you another Views from the Sofa Podcast. In this episode we focus on biopics, including how best to describe Macclesfield, who Me and Adam would cast in our biopics and the … Continue reading The Views from the Sofa Podcast – SofaPod 7: Willy Wonka and The Sofa Factory
The end of last week saw outcry by many, particularly those of Asian-American heritage at the casting of Matt Damon in the new movie The Great Wall. To quickly summarise, The Great Wall is about Matt Damon’s (White) character helping defend … Continue reading Is appealing to audiences the key to changing Hollywood’s “Whitewashing?”
Before we start I want to place a stipulation on my choice of action films. These are movies which involve a hero against villain (usually European terrorist) and aren’t necessarily set in Science Fiction. This would rule out The Matrix, … Continue reading Why the 90s is the best decade for Action Movies
Movie-goers have slowly been turned against the big, movie studio machine. Aside from Marvel Studios or Pixar, it is a common notion that the big movie studios are good for financing your film but should, under no circumstances, actually get involved … Continue reading Is it too easy to blame the studio?