On paper I, Robot, based on a Isaac Asimov short story and starring Will Smith and directed by The Crow’s Alex Proyas appears great.
In practice the movie was as boring as an action movie about robots rebelling against their makers can be—which makes this video from CinemaSins counting everything wrong with it highly agreeable.
A movie like the upcoming Assassin’s Creed starring Michael Fassbender obviously features a lot of incredible parkour stunt work.
In this video from Devin Super Tramp stuntman and acrobatic Damian Walters shows off his acute parkour skills before joining the cast for a shoot on the film.
Let’s say you’re walking along the street minding your own when you chance upon two people beating the crap out of each other.
You need to film that immediately so you can upload it to the internet—but you need to know how to film it correctly first. This video will teach you all you need to know. Step 1: Always film vertically.
Meet the swine known as Pigcasso, who lives on a farm in Cape Town, South Africa and has earned that name because its a talented artist. No, really.
Pigcasso was saved from a slaughter house at just four-weeks old and, maybe because of that near miss, was inspired to then pick up a paintbrush with its mouth and create some shapes.
Although many stories may appear original, on closer inspection it turns out they’re not so unique after all.
Because character arcs and stories all seem to follow the same balance and rhythm—using Dan Harmon’s Story Circle theory Will Schoder explains in this video why all stories, despite the medium, are essentially the same.
Of all Tom Hanks acting roles from over the years, he’ll always be remembered for his iconic role as Forrest Gump.
Recently on The Graham Norton show he recreated one of the scenes from the film while sat next to long distance runner and Olympian Mo Farah. And he’s still got it.
CineFix’s ‘8-Bit Cinema’ series’ latest edition sees the plot of Marvel’s latest blockbuster, Doctor Strange, get neatly reimagined as an old-school video game from the ’80s.
So we get the magnificent mind-bending world retold in full 8-bit nostalgic complete with sound FX that will make you pine for day’s gone by.
You can’t really get a more British Guinness World Record than that achieved by Simon Berry from Berkshire.
Berry took the Guinness World Records title for ‘highest bungee dunk’ which saw him dip a biscuit into a cup of tea using a 73m bungee rope.