Can You Film in Walmart?

Walmart, the world-famous multinational retail corporation does have some terms and conditions. The American-based retail corporation is highly known for its products and services. The company is also famous for offering heavy discounts to customers around the country. Can You Film in Walmart? In today’s generation, the number of online video makers has increased rapidly. Video […]

Is the Movie the Last of the Dogmen on Netflix?

“Netflix and chill” has become a tradition in almost all the countries in the world. The phrase translates to an individual selecting a particular time of their day to sit on the couch and binge-watch a movie or TV show. Netflix has become a worldwide entertainment platform, with 209 million subscribers relying on it for […]

Is “Ella Enchanted” a Disney movie?

Ella Enchanted is a fantasy romantic comedy movie starring Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway and Hugh Dancy. The film fits in the well-known fairy tale genre. The movie is based on Gail Carson Levines’ novel “Ella Enchanted.”  The movie is a recapitulated version of Cinderella. But no, it is not a Disney film. The film is […]

“I Can’t Sleep” Is All The Millennial Dilemma On Top Of Supernatural Intervention

I Can’t Sleep is a story told again and again of the Bay Area creative—add aliens and out of this world lifeforms to the mix and that’s where director Gina Rose’s mind really takes off. The premise: a young writer struggles to complete her science fiction story while battling supernatural forces in real life. A tale […]

Tales, Continued. Armistead Maupin Opens SFFILM Festival

San Franciscans of all walks of life flooded the Castro Theatre on Wednesday night, celebrating the opening night of the SFFILM Festival and, more directly, the everlasting magic of Armistead Maupin. The author’s “Tales of the City” has taken on new life once again in the latest Netflix adaptation, which focuses on a new era […]

Inspired by Telemarketing, “SORRY TO BOTHER YOU” Makes Waves About Oakland

If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of telemarketing (god forbid you’re on the giving end), the beginning phrase “sorry to bother you” sends tremors down any person’s spine. And for those looking for a movie plot summary, the movie is best described as an alternate present-day version of Oakland. The protagonist black telemarketer […]

SF Film Guide: The List Of Blockbusters Filmed In The Bay

Looking past blockbusters that feature postcard views, here we’ve created a list in no particular order of films really capture a certain view of San Francisco and the greater Bay Area.  Until the End of the World While not set entirely in San Francisco, this film by German auteur Wim Wenders deserves it’s place. If […]

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