Undefended: Five Novels & Five Directors

This week, FilmFisher writers were asked to pair up five novels which hadn’t (exactly) been adapted to the screen with the five directors who had the talent to make them come alive on the screen. This prompt inspired quite a bit of back scenes conversation. Fill the comments box below with your own ideas. Joshua…Read On


Undefended: Oscar Picks

Nominations for the Academy Awards were recently announced. This week, a handful of FilmFisher regulars wrote in their own picks for some of the top awards given out at the Oscars. Brian Murnion: Best Picture: Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) Best Original Screenplay: Leviathan Best Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu, “Birdman” Best Lead Actor:…Read On


Undefended: Best Dance Scenes And Dance Sequences

This week, top five dance sequences. As per usual, writers were asked not to repeat previous entries. Remy Wilkins 1. Paul Rudd doing what he do in I Could Never Be Your Woman 2. Clown Dance in All the Real Girls 3. Forest Dance by Andy Samberg in Hot Rod 4. Dancing Outtakes of Sam…Read On


Undefended: Top Five On-Screen Transformations

This week, FilmFisher writers were asked to make a list of the top five on-screen cinematic transformations. Here is what they came back with. Thomas Banks 1. Daniel Day-Lewis in anything. 2. Conrad Veidt in “The Man Who Laughs.” 3. Orson Welles in “Othello.” 4. Meg Ryan in “Joe Versus the Volcano.” 5. Ralph Fiennes…Read On


Undefended: Top Five Wes Anderson Movies.

The Grand Budapest Hotel was named one of the five best films of 2014 by several FilmFisher writers. How does it stack up against Wes Anderson’s other work? This week, a handful of writers made lists of their favorite Anderson pictures: Remy Wilkins: Wes Anderson’s films are funny all over the place so my favorites…Read On