70 articles published since November 15, 2022
About Orestes Adam
Born from dreams of celluloid, Orestes is a Greek-American writer based in London with degrees in Screenwriting, Film Studies, and Comparative Literature, as well as years of experience in international marketing for Hollywood's biggest studios. He is a dedicated writer who loves his characters and taking his readers on a ride, and in between, relishes in the opportunity to teach his Collider readers everything they didn't think they need to know about the movies. Whether a beloved rom-com or Cold War propaganda, art-house critical darlings or outstanding B-movie schlock, Magic Mike XXL or the experimental docufiction of Werner Herzog, so long as their are readers in search of new movies, Orestes has got you covered.
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Art imitates life in the funniest ways.
Who says homework can't be fun?
Perfection is overrated.
Science fiction was never about what's possible. Only about what might be.
There was a lot more involved in creating that ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington’ filibuster scene with Jimmy Stewart than you think.
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Move over, 'Reefer Madness', this one is off the rails.
Sometimes all it takes is one scene to inspire an all-timer.
Charlie Chaplin wasn't just Hollywood's icon but the world's.
It's one of the most directly religious examples of development hell film production has ever seen.
Sometimes big things come in small packages.
Believe it or not, the Coppolas were actually the second family to do this!
Sergio Corbucci’s ‘The Great Silence’ stands against everything we know Westerns to be about.
This modern classic may have looked a lot different had De Niro taken up the cinematic legend's offer.
Nepotism can't even be considered an argument against talent like this.
Amid all of Kurosawa's incredible accomplishments, here's another one to add to the list.
John Wick is an action icon, but he's also the modern-day star of a mythological cautionary tale.
This film was studied by both the Black Panthers and the Pentagon.
The Greek auteur's extremely weird early work makes his English-language efforts look tame in comparison.