One of this year’s biggest summer releases is Guillermo Del Toro’s “Pacific Rim,” a big, big, big summer action movie.
It was the delightful “Be Kind Rewind” that established the term “Sweding” for home-made, frankly cheap but wholehearted and joyful replicas of beloved movies, from “Rush Hour” to “Driving Miss Daisy.” Here is an adorably micro-budgeted Sweded version of the “Pacific Rim” trailer. (Thanks to my friend Brandon Fibbs for sharing.)
The People and Movies That Inspired "Hail, Caesar!" The Coen brothers love old movies, and we see evidence of that in many of their films, including "Barton Fink," about a hapless playwright who come to Hollywood to write movies in the 1940's, and with their remakes of the heist films "The ...
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