Aardman team writers Mark Burton (Chicken Run) and Richard Starzak (Wallace & Gromit: The Aardman Collection) co-pilot the company’s latest animated production, the misadventures of a sheep named Shaun (voiced by Justin Fletcher).
I simply can’t find the words (or the feelings behind the words) to describe the soulless hell that is this week’s reboot of Vacation.
So instead, I’m daydreaming — thinking of movies that will never be.
Delving into a phenomenon, documentary filmmaker Dana Nachman explores the
startling flashpoint of the rise of a movement surrounding the granting
of one 5-year-old cancer patient’s wish to be Batman for a day.
Screenwriters/producers Scott Neustadter and
Michael H. Weber have made a name for themselves in Hollywood as the
teen-to-YA dramedy guys, having worked together on (500) Days of Summer, The Spectacular Now and The Fault in Our Stars.
Chris Columbus, as a director, has bounced
around the spectrum, although he tends to give audiences movies that are
heavy on manufactured whimsy or
seemingly sure-fire adaptations that never quite take off as they should in his hands.