This week while the rest of the world helped drive Disney’s The Lion King to a kingly $543.6 million global total at the box office, I watched the movie in a 4DX theater, courtesy a pair of complimentary media tickets. I wasn’t alone, the theater… Read More »Disney’s The Lion King in 4DX Review
Disney Theatrical Productions has joined forces with Fathom Events to bring the Tony Award-winning musical Newsies to a cinema near you in early 2017. Even if you’ve seen the road tour, this is a spectacular chance to see some of the original Broadway cast perform… Read More »Disney’s Broadway smash Newsies will have special cinema showing in 2017
The LATimes.com’s Ben Fritz reports “3-D Starting to Look Flat at the Box Office“. The ratio of grosses in theaters with 3-D screens to those that are 2-D only has declined significantly and fairly consistently since “My Bloody Valentine,” the first film this year to… Read More »Is 3-D Cinema Failing Again?
Here’s a perfect opportunity for all you readers in the Los Angeles area to get some quality film education and take in a rarely seen film from Disney’s vault at the same time. The Art Directors Guild (ADG) Film Society and American Cinematheque (AC) will… Read More »Special showing of Disney’s “The Island at the Top of the World” to honor Peter Ellenshaw
Cinema Interruptus is the analysis of a film “one shot at a time” as described by Roger Ebert in his latest column. It’s incrediblyly information rich, as you can tell. visual compositions have “intrinsic weighting.” By that I believe he means that certain areas of… Read More »Cinema Interruptus by Roger Ebert