A great monologue is a delicate balance between screenwriting and performance. When this perfect balance is achieved, we get unforgettable scenes that vastly improve the films they are in.
Good, well written and well delivered monologues can make us laugh or cry, they can be inspirational or they can just be a means of catharsis. The best monologues are slowly built toward, often serving as the key scene for their film and the defining moment of a character.
The red carpet is rolled out each year for the Academy Awards. Cynics may describe it as little more than a ceremony of self-indulgence and career-furthering back-patting, but for the average movie fan it’s an important time of the year.
There are so many failed game-to-film conversions around and they all have one thing in common; video games have provided their foundation. This leads to the inevitable question, are games worthy of the movie treatment? Continue reading