Derek Begins…#4
Fred Schepisi’s
Mr. Baseball

"An arrogant aging ballplayer is traded to a Japanese team and has difficulties adjusting to their cultures and customs.
This movie by far has to be the most underrated on my list. Made in 1992, it featured baseball from a Japanese standpoint..."

14 Episodes In 48 Hours
Duke Goes To Banshee

Monday.
April 28, 2014.
11AM.
Phone Call Between Duke & Wes:
Duke: "I Started "Banshee"Saturday, I'm Up To Season 2, Episode 4"
Wes:"Dude...You Watched 14 Episodes In 48 Hours...How?"
Duke:"I Can't Stop, It's Too Fucking Good!!"

Derek Begins…#6
Kevin Costner In Phil Alden Robinson’s
Field Of Dreams

Derek Begins...The 6th Baseball Film In Derek's" Top Ten Baseball Films" Is The Masterwork That is
Field Of Dreams
"A perfect cast that exceeded expectations. It might not be a live action baseball film, It definitely hits home with the die hard baseball fan as all the events that take place in the movie are linked to the game's past, present and what it will do for the future."

Orphan Black Season 2

Orphan Black: Season 2 | 3 Part Season 1 Recap Video, 1 Teaser trailer For Season 2 & 25+ Promo Images

Duke Says “Watch This!!!”
Borgmen

What up yo. I've been waiting for Duke to finish his first VoicesFILM article... In the meantime he continues to demonstrate his never-wavering commitment to the VoicesFILM Soldiers by sending us over flasks filled with his select blend of High Octane Gasoline This ones called "Borgmen" From the Wikipedia article: Borgman is a 2013 Dutch thriller film directed by Alex van Warmerdam. It was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Drafthouse Films acquired US distribution rights to the film just over a week after its red carpet premiere. Looks great. Here's the trailer. Get some. […]

The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Why I Think This Looks Awful

Breaking my own rules, I’m bashing The Amazing Spider-Man 2 based on the trailer alone. Why?

A: What we had was wonderful

B: This reboot after less than 10 years is foolish and transparent
C: Because the trailer here is cringeworthy

Fedor Bondarchuk’s
Stalingrad, 2013

What up yo. I was catching up on a few new trailers last night & I went on over to HD-Trailers.net, which I consider to be the best source for high definition trailers on the net, & I caught this trailer. It rocked my face off. The film is called "Stalingrad". It's a Russian film, made on a budget of $30 mill, shot digitally (5K source) for IMAX 3D...the visuals look absolutely gorgeous. $30 mill. Dude. Michael Bay couldn't shoot this exact footage for $150 mill, and the film makers here made it work. Now, I haven't seen the film...I […]

American hustle

American Hustle
Yea…It’s That Good

David O. Russell creates another ensemble piece that has magic in every corner. The script is stellar , the cast is a knock out & the performances from Bale, Cooper, Lawrence and Adams are fantastic.

Harold Ramis 1944-2014
In Memoriam

Harold Ramis man...
You can't dream up a career with that many milestones.
He gave a lot of laughter to the world, which in my book, is priceless.

Again, sending love out to his family and loved ones...Harold Ramis was one of Hollywood's greatest figures.

Joy Division
Transmission
From Anton Corbijn’s
Control

That's what watching this film was doing to me...it was a beautiful love letter to Joy Division, and when the film ended...I went on a Joy Division frenzy for a few months.

Some movies have those magic scenes that give you chills. That speak to your soul. To your heart.
The scene below...pure magic I wanted to share with you.

64+ TV Show Openings
&
Why Voices FIlm & TV Exsists

I Have Amassed 64+ Television Show Openings….I Had To Stop Myself, Because I Could Have Gone Fucking Mental Collecting These….I Mean More Than I Am Already. Anyway, This Is One Of My Favorite Posts. Drenched With High-Octane Visual Storytelling Gasoline People.
64 TV Show Opening Title Sequences & Why Voices Film & TV Exists
Drink It Up.

Grease
Is The Word

Grease
The film musical starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John was a blockbuster in the theaters in 1978, and is now iconic 40 years later.
A feat very few films can claim.