In this new book, author Julian Rice takes an in-depth analytical look at A.I. Artificial Intelligence and how it reflects the voices of its core creators, directors Stanley Kubrick and Steven Spielberg.
When a fifth Indiana Jones film was announced by Disney, there were groans from fans who feared a repeat of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. But cinema needs Indy and in this blog, I explain why.
Legendary film critic Molly Haskell explores Spielberg’s life and career in a anticipated book that promises re-evaluation and fresh insight, but delivers disappointingly little of it.
I look back at a personal recollection of The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and remember how a Velociraptor pencil tin marked a change in who I was as a person.
Author James Kendrick battles common misconceptions about Spielberg’s film-making with great success in this revealing and brilliantly argued analytical work.
I get in the time machine and look back to 1993 and the release of Jurassic Park, which helped shape my life-long love affair with cinema as a whole and the work of Steven Spielberg in particular.
La La Land Records continues its incredible recent streak of Spielberg/Williams score releases with an expanded edition of A.I., which further uncovers the film’s beauty.