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Tangerine: The Indie darling shot on iPhone that showed the world Apple’s mobile is more than just a smartphone, it’s a great camera

There’s a healthy amount of skepticism to the term ‘Shot on iPhone.' Like last year’s “Get Him Back” from Olivia Rodrigo, this not only meant it was filmed on an iPhone 15 Pro Max but post-treated by a professional and edited in complex ways. Though it’s an impressive showcase of what the iPhone can do, one of the best uses of an iPhone camera in a more lifelike way is a small indie film named Tangerine which released almost a decade ago. Unlike the music video above, which has multiple versions of Olivia Rodrigo set…

Once the darling of the EV world, the electric truck-maker Rivian is reeling

Rivian Automotive Inc. emerged as a darling of investors — a brand with promise of bringing the “cool” factor to the once-red-hot market for electric vehicles.But the Irvine-based company hit the brakes Wednesday, announcing a 10% cut to its workforce and lower production expectations. The news sent its stock plummeting. The 25% drop in stock price that it notched Thursday was its worst day in its history.It’s all part of a larger reckoning for EV companies, which now face falling demand amid a shrinking pool of wealthy…

Trump Turns on His Former Darling, Vivek Ramaswamy: He ‘Is Not MAGA’

Looks like the MAGA tables are starting to turn against Republican presidential hopeful and frequent Trump defender Vivek Ramaswamy. This weekend, Donald Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social that “a vote for Vivek is a vote for the ‘other side.’” Trump publicly targeted Ramaswamy for the first time on Saturday, claiming that he is “not MAGA” and that while the candidate “started his campaign as a great supporter… now all he does is disguise his support in the form of deceitful campaign tricks.” Until…

Jenna Ortega Once Decided To Quit Acting, Says, “After Being Stereotyped As Disney Darling…”

After experiencing the thrills in the frightening story of “Wednesday” season 1, we are all waiting for season 2. And we are damn sure that no one can give justice to the character of Wednesday better than Jenna Ortega. Wednesday was a break for the actress to show that she can skillfully play any role. Jenna Ortega started her career as a child-actor. Jenna was doing very well; she was getting many opportunities, but that was the moment when Jenna almost gave up and decided to quit acting. She…

Don’t Worry Darling: Critical Look At The Plot Holes Of Florence Pugh & Harry Styles Starrer

A Critical Look at “Don’t Worry Darling”: What are the plot holes? ( Photo Credit – IMDb ) “Don’t Worry Darling” takes audiences on a suspenseful journey set against the idyllic 1950s backdrop, introducing us to Victory residents Alice and Jack. However, as the film unfolds, it grapples with mixed reviews and leaves viewers with a myriad of unanswered questions. From plot holes to the mechanics of the simulated reality, the film’s open-ended conclusion prompts a closer examination…

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Enigmatic Ending Decoded – Here’s All You Need To Know About It!

Decoding the Enigmatic Ending of “Don’t Worry Darling”(Photo Credit –IMDb) Greetings, esteemed readers! Within this piece, the Koimoi team endeavors to dissect the nuances of “Don’t Worry Darling‘s” conclusion while delving into crucial plot elements. A forewarning: spoilers lie ahead. Given the nature of an “ending explained” article, a comprehensive exploration of the ending inherently involves a breakdown of the plot. Hence, this article is replete with spoilers,…

Olivia Wilde Is Following Don’t Worry Darling With A Delightful-Sounding Christmas Comedy, And Margot Robbie Is Involved

It'll be her first big film project since all that Don't Worry Darling drama dominated headlines last year, but hopefully, Olivia Wilde's next directorial gig will feature far less drama. The actress-director was last seen onscreen as Ina Conrad in the 2022 period drama Babylon and her next project will reportedly reunite her with that film's leading lady, Margot Robbie, as they begin work on a Christmas comedy.However, if you're looking forward to seeing the Barbie star—who recently opened up about the challenges of…

Netflix’s Latest Critical Darling Fails To Debut at Number One on Platform’s Rankings

A Netflix original film, applauded by critics, fails to land the number one spot on the platform’s Top Ten charts. They Cloned Tyrone received rave reviews from critics but hasn’t quite hit the mark in viewership and currently sits in third place out of ten. With a stellar cast that includes Jamie Foxx, John Boyega, and Teyonah Parris, this sci-fi comedy currently boasts a 92 percent certified fresh score on the Tomatometer and a phenomenal 100 percent audience score. Despite this, it seems this hasn’t been enough to…

Did ‘Barbie’ Succeed Where ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Failed?

Now that Barbie is making a big pink splash on theater screens this week, some moviegoers are remembering another Warner Bros. movie with a strikingly similar plot and message that came out just last year. The Olivia Wilde-directed Don’t Worry Darling wasn’t necessarily a box office failure, per se, but it did have a much more lukewarm critical reception than Barbie now has. Barbie boasts an impressive “Certified Fresh” 89 percent on Rotten Tomatoes while Don’t Worry Darling is “Rotten” at 38 percent. What is remarkable…

Derek Malcolm: my predecessor was a mighty critic, film world darling and heir to a scandal | Film criticism

Derek Malcolm was a brilliantly funny, convivial, professional film critic and memoirist, the last survivor of that great Guardian generation of arts journalism titans that also included Neville Cardus and WL Webb. Derek was simply a legend and an international treasure on the film festival circuit. He was the indefatigably globetrotting president of Fipresci, the international film critics’ circle, and a passionate champion of Indian and south Asian cinema.Well into his 80s, Derek wrote and broadcast about film – and…