65. Sausage Party

Sausage Party is another great example of the power of intelligent marketing.  Highlighting the unique premise from the minds of Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Evan Goldberg, the trailers and TV spots successfully shined a spotlight on the movie's assets and shrouded its downsides, playing to audiences' desire to see something light but also twisted enough... Continue Reading →

51. The BFG

Steven Spielberg and Disney.  It's as if Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant were on the same basketball team in their primes.  If Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley did a duet.  If George Carlin and Kevin Hart did a standup routine together.  If Emilia Clarke joined me for dinner (hint, hint). I'm sure there are good reasons why it... Continue Reading →

44. Finding Dory

If anyone were to ask me what the greatest film trilogy of all-time is, I might give an unexpected answer.  In my mind, it's not Star Wars.  It's not The Godfather.  It's not Indiana Jones.  Or Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.  Nor is it Spider-Man.  Or Back to the Future.  No, no.  I feel that the... Continue Reading →

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