Murder on The Orient Express Tries It’s Best, But Comes Up Short

You may not even realize it, but your favorite movies are the ones that successfully show rather than tell. A rich visual experience can provide multi-layered storytelling and thoughtful subtext without saying a word of dialogue, Murder on The Orient Express, unfortunately, is not one of those films.… Read More Murder on The Orient Express Tries It’s Best, But Comes Up Short

Ranking The Films of The James Bond Series: #25 – Tomorrow Never Dies

The James Bond series, it’s that cinematic itch so many of us love to scratch. For some, it’s all about the fancy cars, high wire action, and beautiful women, which are all nice, but what keeps me coming back to the franchise is a somewhat odd fascination with watching the same movie made 25 times. … Read More Ranking The Films of The James Bond Series: #25 – Tomorrow Never Dies

Episode 15: Thor Ragnarok and the Marvel Cinematic Universe

  Thor Ragnarok and the Marvel Cinematic Universe November 8, 2017 On this episode of the Cinema Vertigogo Podcast, we take a look at the latest entry in the MCU, Thor Ragnarok, and then discuss it’s place in and the state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Music by AJ Bartoletti. Find Us: https://cinemavertigogo.com/ https://www.instagram.com/cinemavertigogo/ https://www.facebook.com/cinemavertigogo/ Email Us: cinemavertigogo@gmail.comRead More Episode 15: Thor Ragnarok and the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #24 – Diamonds Are Forever

Diamonds are Forever (1971) Directed by: Guy Hamilton Written by Richard Maibaum and Tom Mankiewicz The heralded return of Sean Connery to the franchise, Diamonds are Forever finds Bond entering a new decade as he crosses the pond to tear up the Vegas strip in an effort to break-up a diamond smuggling ring and destroy… Read More Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #24 – Diamonds Are Forever