Gaga’s 2017 Super Bowl performance sent shockwaves far out into the universe. Somewhere deep in the Milky Way Galaxy the ripples found their mark and turned around. I am just now feeling their aftershock. Continue reading “Greatest Performance Ever?”
Feat. The Music of The Pointer Sisters (In a very special EFC music video!)
“Lay off the high ones.”
“I like the high ones!”
Feat. The Music of Jackson Browne.
“It ain’t about how hard you hit. It’s about how hard you can GET hit and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done.”
Experience Film’s first music video of 2018 is less than a week away! I can taste victory.
With your generous help, Team Happy is now assembled. And, after a few more practices, they’ll be ready for gametime. I can’t wait to show them off to you. But first I need to rest. Continue reading “The Home Stretch”
Feat. The Music of MGMT
“I’ve gotten so good at watching people’s emotions that I forget I don’t even have them.”
In affluent suburban Connecticut, two rich girls, Lily & Amanda, rekindle their childhood friendship, by plotting the murder of Lily’s intolerable stepdad. Continue reading “EFC 3.03: Thoroughbreds”
If E.T. asked me what it was like to be human, I’d play him this:
Tonight I’m chilling out to Electric Youth, a Canadian Synth pop duo from Toronto, Ontario. Their song, “A Real Hero,” was featured in the movie, Drive (2011). Below, the band performs the song live. Continue reading “Electric Youth”
Feat. The Bond remix by Moby (In a special EFC music video!)
“How can you act like this? How can you be so cold?”
“It’s what keeps me alive.”
“No, it’s what keeps you alone.”
Feat. The Music of David Arnold performed by Garbage
A few quotes… And a little psychology.
Remember, 007, shadows stay in front or behind, but never on top. Continue reading “The World is Not Enough (1999)”
Feat. The Original Score by John Williams
“First years, this way please.”
Hello, and welcome to EFC’s: A Harry Halloween. In the previous post I told you the story of how a young, penniless single-mother overcame the odds to craft one of the most popular book series of all time. Each of J.K. Rowling’s 7 novels were subsequently adapted into movies. The first of which, Philosopher’s Stone, hit theaters in November, 2001. That movie is the subject of this present post. Stick around for the Sorting Hat Ceremony at the end to learn your house.
Continue reading “EFC Classics: Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone (2001)”
Feat. The Music of Pink Floyd (In a special EFC music video!)
Halloween is three weeks away. I should be writing about horror movies. However, tonight my heart is elsewhere, in the dramedy realm of Sofia Coppola’s, Lost in Translation. Continue reading “EFC Classics – Lost in Translation”