Tag: common

New Trailer: Ava — Official Trailer #1

AVA DIRECTED BY: TATE TAYLOR SEPTEMBER 25, 2020 OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS Ava (Chastain) is a deadly assassin who works for a black ops organization, traveling the globe specializing in high profile hits. When a job goes dangerously wrong she is forced to fight for her own survival. STARRING Jessica Chastain John Malkovich Colin Farrell Geena Davis Common Ioan Gruffudd Diana Silvers Jess Weixler Matt Lindquist … Read More New Trailer: Ava — Official Trailer #1

2018 Oscars Challenge: [16] “Marshall” – Best Original Song

“STAND UP FOR SOMETHING” FROM “MARSHALL” Music by Diane Warren; Lyric by Lonnie R. Lynn (aka Common) and Diane Warren Performed By Andra Day featuring Common Director: Reginald Hudlin Producer: Paula Wagner, Reginald Hudlin, and Jonathan Sanger Writers: Michael Koskoff and Jacob Koskoff Editor: Tom McArdle Composer: Marcus Miller Distributor: Open Road Films Release Date: October 13, 2017 Run-time: 118 minutes FILM SYNOPSIS: In 1940, … Read More 2018 Oscars Challenge: [16] “Marshall” – Best Original Song

2015 Oscars Challenge: [4] Selma – Best Original Song

“GLORY” FROM SELMA Music and Lyrics by John Stephens and Lonnie Lynn John Legend and Common (who also stars in “Selma”) come together to perform the song “Glory,” which plays during the end credits of “Selma”. Under pictures of the cast and their characters, the song’s lyrics hit historical moments from the walk in Selma depicted in the film to the struggles of race … Read More 2015 Oscars Challenge: [4] Selma – Best Original Song

Movie Review: Now You See Me (2013)

NOW YOU SEE ME BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJUNE 1, 2013 “Now You See Me” takes you for a ride. Whether it’s a ride without bumps is up to your interpretation. Four magicians, known as the Four Horsemen, unveil a three-act, three-location show and turn out to be very successful bank robbers. The magicians use an “Ocean’s 11” model of sleight of hand and misdirection to … Read More Movie Review: Now You See Me (2013)

Movie Review: Date Night (2010)

Date Night simply never feels grounded. The film comes off tacky and unoriginal, though still mainstream and made for an older age group. The idea of a married couple getting mixed up in a blackmailing crime for stealing reservations in attempt to escape their old life is completely laughable and unrealistic.