My Last Post on This Blog

Thank You For Being a Part of This Journey

This has been a really exciting one year for me, and I hope a really good year for you as well. I don’t usually like to get dramatic, and expose to much of my personal life. However, before I leave this blog, for my last post, I have something I have to get off my chest, and share with you.

For one year, I had this blog. However, just a few months before I had this blog, I was going through some issues. I was at a place in my life, but I didn’t feel 100 percent happy about being at this place. Everything seemed as if it were going well, but my emotions were not going so well. I was simply unhappy. I was unhappy because, I had a professor who did not support me, classmates who did not support me, I felt stupid, used, sad, heartbroken, and unsure about the field I was going in, that field being film production at Broward College.

Ever since I was a young kid, I thought that making films, being a part of a crew, and creative writing was something I could be a part of. Throughout school, people have told me I am a good writer, even though I never considered myself a writer, and still don’t.  At Broward College, I took a screenwriting class, and I will never forget what the class said that day. They told me, “your script was the best we’ve read.” I have Professor M. Fink to thank for that. I had another professor, Professor E. Schmidt, who told me, “My movie review was the best in the class.”

Other students were excited to see if my written work can be filmed. The first class was really fun, we formed friendships, and I learned so much about film production, studies, management, and equipment. Fast forward, and Film Production 2 was Hell for me. The new professor, in my opinion, had a lot of maturing to do. To this day, I still believe that a thousand-dollar flop of a film program should be a ten thousand-dollar success of a film program. You want to know why it isn’t? It’s because you have a professor playing favorites, only looking out for his own success, students talking badly about other students behind their backs, among other issues. I literally did not care for the class, and I gave up. I didn’t need the class anyways, because I was set to graduate and move onto Florida Atlantic University.

I took a semester off, because I really had to think about my life. I did some meditating, and reconnected with myself. I thought to myself, “I’ve been told I can write well, and I have a degree in film studies. Maybe I can write about films, and other aspects of entertainment?” Crazy me right. I wrote about the Broward College film program, conducted an interview with the students, and a close friend of mine, who was a background actor on the HBO show Ballers. A local publication, Independent Streak Magazine, liked my work, and used it! After this, I decided to review a couple of movies on IMdB and Rotten Tomatoes. The reviews were shit, but people did react positively towards them. Then I decided to go to Joblo’s Movie Fan Central. People really liked my reviews, and my reviews were getting better and better with each new review/post. I even made some YouTube videos.

This is where you come in. I decided to create this blog. Where I share movie reviews, news, pictures, t.v. episode reviews, etc. Surprisingly, I got likes, followers, and positive feedback. I went to Creators.co/MoviePilot and Wix to expand. I decided to eventually call the blog Nile Fortner Presents Boogie Buddha (Boogie Buddha being my name from Rotten Tomatoes). People took an interest, and things seemed like they are on a good path. I figured out what I want to do with my life, I wanted to be in the Multimedia Journalism field!

This blog was a great start for me. I didn’t do this for the likes, the followers, subscribers, etc. I did this because I had a passion for something that I wanted to share with people. Share with you, because no matter who you are, if you checked me out for my post, you most likely have something in common with me.

I wanted this to help me gain confidence, and move onto something I never thought could or would happen. In one year, I feel so much better. I feel healthier, happier, wanting to reconnect with old friends, make new friends, be more outgoing, be with family, and be the best me I know I can be. In one year, this blog has lead me to write for Cinephellas.com, WeLiveEntertainment.com, Independent Streak Magazine, conduct interviews, create videos, write articles, ComicAttack.net, write scripts, travel, write for my school paper, work on a music video set, I even directed a music video for some friends/local artist!

I know I do not have that many followers, subscribers, likes, etc. On the other hand, I believe it is about simply putting your best foot forward. This may be the ending to this blog, and the ending to Nile Fortner Presents Boogie Buddha. But it is the start of a new journey, a journey I can’t see but I’m looking forward to.

To anybody who has followed me, liked one of my post, or simply took the time to check out my work, I want to say thank you, thank you, thank you. Even the two individuals who called me a N*gger, I say thank you.

If anything, I hope this is a reminder that if you love something, and are passionate about it, good things will come. Boogie Buddha may have been the name, but for the first time in a long time, my name Nile Fortner, is a name I am more than proud of. Once again, thank you, and to use the catchphrase one last time, Don’t Just Get Down, But get Boogie!

Sincerely,

Nile Fortner

 

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GAL GADOT is MY kind of WONDER WOMAN (Gal Gadot Tribute) – Video By Nile Fortner

GAL GADOT is MY kind of WONDER WOMAN (Gal Gadot Tribute) – Video By Nile Fortner

Video Information: A little history on model, actress, beautiful, Gal Gadot, with some wonderful pictures, and why she is my, and maybe your kind of Wonder Woman as well.

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The Best, Most Famous, and My Personal Favorite Red Heads on Screen

Red has always been my favorite color. With that in mind, I decided to make this small video of some of my favorite, the best, and most famous red heads to hit the big screen. From Ariel, to Ron Weasley, to Tim Curry as Pennywise The Clown.

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My Favorite/Best CGI Characters In Live-Action Movies – Video By Nile Fortner

CGI has truly altered the movie industry over the past few decades. It’s allowed studios to build characters and worlds’ we thought we’d never see.

CGI makes the impossible happen on the big screen in live-action movies. Sure, CGI can often be used as a crutch, but when applied properly it’s been responsible for creating some of our favorite movie characters.

With recent films like Beauty and the Beast (2017), Life (2017), and Kong: Skull Island. They remind us movie goers that CGI has come a long way.

Of course, the art of CGI will only continue to improve in the coming years, and we can’t wait to see what new creations are coming next.

This video are some of my personal favorite and the best CGI characters in live – action movies.

Video By Nile Fortner

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My All Time Favorite Actress PAM GRIER Tribute – Foxy Forever

About – Pam Grier Will Always Be My Favorite Actress. She Broke Down Barriers For Women and African – Americans.

Pam Grier is Mainly Known For Her Roles in Coffy, Foxy Brown, Sheba, Baby, Jackie Brown, Friday Foster, Bucktown, and Black Mama White Mama.

She Has Been In Some Of The Most Iconic Blaxploitation Films.

Without Grier, You Would Not See Actresses Like Scarlett Johansson, Gal Gadot, Michelle Rodriguez, Sigourney Weaver, Etc. In The Beautiful, Badass, and Inspiring Roles They Are In.

This is a Look At The Forever Foxy PAM GRIER.

Video – By Nile Fortner

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Is Spider- Man: Homecoming a Weak Film For Our Favorite Web -Slinger?

Spider- Man: Homecoming Movie Review

Our favorite web-head is here on the big screen (again), Peter Parker is back! Alongside Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, this is one of the biggest Marvel movies of the year. Even though this isn’t our first time being introduced to the character Spider – Man on film, the film rights (or at least some of them) to Spider – Man are finally back working with Marvel.

The last two Spider – Man films, (The Amazing Spider – Man 1 and 2) were not part of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). The production company Sony, who was responsible for both The Amazing Spider- Man movies had the full rights to use Spider- Man, even though he is a Marvel character. Personally, I wasn’t a fan of the Sony Amazing Spider – Man flicks. I enjoyed the love interest between Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, and loved Dane Dehaan (Kill Your Darlings, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets) as Harry Osborn. However, Sony seemed more interested in creating a Cinematic Universe with rights to the Marvel characters they have, instead of focusing on one good superhero film at a time.

 The Amazing Spider – Man wasn’t as loved as the original Spider – Man trilogy, that’s when Sony realized, went to Marvel Studios, and pretty much said, “Listen Marvel, we sort of don’t know what the f*ck to do. Maybe you can help us out, and the two of us can work together.” Now, we have Sony and Marvel Studios working together to bring us Spider- Man: Homecoming.

Spider – Man Goes Back to High School

Marvel introducing Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War was a big step for them. It allowed them to introduce their version of one of the most popular characters in Marvel and comic book history, Spider – Man. Now set in the MCU, fans and moviegoers get a new look at the origin of Spider – Man. We don’t need to see the radioactive Spider bite, we don’t need the whole “with great power comes great responsibility”, we all got that already.

The film is set a couple months after the events of Captain America: Civil War. Peter Parker, now being played a third time by Tom Holland (Locke, In the Heart of the Sea) who misses all the fun and excitement of being an Avenger and wants to cash in on some more good ol’ Avenger action. Tony Stark, played by Robert Downey Jr. wants to keep Peter on the ground to be a friendly neighborhood spider-man. Parker agrees and keeps to fighting crime in Queens, New York. Eventually, his activities are starting to get in the way of his extra-curricular school activities, including the school debate team headed by his high school crush Liz, played by Laura Harrier. Some deadly weapons start appearing around New York. Peter wanting to prove himself to Stark decides to investigate the weapons with help from his friend Ned, played by Jacob Batalon, who accidentally discovered Peter’s secret identity. They discover that the weapons are left over from The Avengers battles and being scavenged by Adrian Toomes, played by Michael Keaton, and his crew to sell on the black market.

Out of the entire Spider – Man movies we have seen, this is definitely the funniest, and in my opinion much better than the Sony Amazing Spider – Man movies. The film does a good job of showing us Peter Parker in high school. He feels and looks like a real high school student with real high school problems. The movie does a great job of balancing the coming of age teenage story with Peter coming into his own as a hero. Holland does a good Spider – Man, but he also realizes how important it is to get Peter Parker right and relatable as well. As Peter Parker, he’s awkward, nervous, gawky, and socially a little off. As Spider-Man, he’s fun, adventurous, and best of all, he absolutely loves being a superhero!

If you are someone who is a huge fan of the character in the comic books, then I think you’ll like this take on Spider – Man. As someone who has read old and new Spider – Man comics, this is the closest representation to the comics.

My favorite part of the film would definitely be the characters. Zendaya’s character, Michelle, is a fun addition to the film, she doesn’t add a whole lot to the story, but she was really funny, cuckoo, and honestly made me laugh and smile more than any other character. I just love how she would appear out of nowhere, and say something dark and random in a very wearisome way.

Peter’s best friend, Ned was something really special to see. I could connect with that character because I was that character in high school. Like Ned, you wanna know how many times in high school a teacher caught me doing something weird on a computer, and I used looking at porn as an excuse?! I lost count. Batalon and Holland have great chemistry, and come off as real good friends. Much like Zendaya’s character, Ned is endearing source of laughs and awe, constantly surprised by everything that’s around him, and geeking out like most of us would if we found out our best friend was Spider – Man.

It also looks like Marvel is listening to the criticism fans having been saying about the weak villains. We have been getting some really good and well written villains in the MCU lately. Great villains such as Ego the Living Planet, Alexander Pierce, Zemo, and now Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes a.k.a The Vulture can now join that list. I honestly think Keaton is the best villain in the MCU right behind Loki. A well written villain, with a motive, and a reasoning. This isn’t a spoiler, but one of my favorite lines in the movie is when Spider – Man ask Vulture “How can you do this to her?” Vulture replies, “To her? I’m doing this for her.”

The director Jon Watts (Director of Cop Car) is able to capture the essence of a John Hughes film with all the high school elements, characters, and put it into a superhero blockbuster.

Now I’ve said some good things about the movie. On the other hand, this is not the best Spider – Man movie. Earlier I mentioned how much I loved the characters in this film. I know many people are really digging the new, young, and always lustful lookin’ Aunt May. On the other hand, the film played up that she is hot a little too much. I understand the filmmakers made her closer to Parker’s age because it will make her more relatable to a teenage character. Call me old fashioned and a geek, but I like my old, wise, and always lustful lookin’ old Aunt May. The old Aunt May that gave Peter words of wisdom, insight, and had more to offer than just her looks.

Similarly, Peter’s love interest, Liz, feels a little weak, and it’s hard to judge because the two do not spend a lot of screen time together if you can believe that. Liz lacked the steez and spunk of a Mary Jane or Gwen Stacy. However, she does play a big part latter on in the film, a part I did not see coming.

Furthermore, I feel like when you are watching this, you can tell the differences between Marvel involvement and Sony’s involvement. What looks and feels like Sony from the previous Amazing Spider – Man movies probably is. Remember all that talk about Sony at the Sinister Six movie? That looks like it still on. It’s like Marvel said to Sony, “Yeah, we can work on this together. But to let you know we really own this, we are going to piss on it with Iron Man.”Speaking of Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. as Iron an isn’t in the movie that much, and at times it feels like this is one big commercial advertising, “Hey, Spider – Man will be in the next Avenger’s movie!”

The movie does have action, but it feels like there is no real tension from it. I didn’t feel like any character was in a deadly situation. Also, the movie should start out this fun way, and eventually things get darker, more dangerous, threatening, and heartfelt.

Overall, I grew up with Sam Raimi’s Spider – Man flicks, and to me those are still the best, especially the first two. If I had to make a list of my favorite Spider – Man films, not counting Captain America: Civil War, it would be

  • Spider – Man 2 (2004)
  • Spider – Man (2002)
  • Spider – Man 3 (2007)
  • Spider – Man: Homecoming (2017)
  • The Amazing Spider – Man 2 (2014)
  • The Amazing Spider – Man (2012)

Homecoming is the funniest film, and the one that grabs the most inspiration from the comics. The movie did a good job with characters, and I’m looking forward to seeing Holland as Spidey again. I do think this film is a little weak when it comes to Raimi’s films. All that being said, I believe Spider – Man: Homecoming earns a…

7 out of 10!

Well before someone catches me doing something weird on the computer and I use looking at porn as my excuse, I think I’m about ready to leave this review. Only it’s not an excuse. So that’s my opinion on the movie, what’s yours, did you love it, like it, or hate it? Also, what is your favorite Spider – Man movie? Thank you all for reading, or viewing, and I hope you all have an amazing day as always. 🙂

 

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Review Written By – Nile Fortner

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Save the Galaxy Again with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Movie Review

Back in 2014, Marvel Studios attempted their riskiest adventure yet, releasing a film based on the not so popular superhero team known as The Guardians of the Galaxy. When the film hit theaters, it was a massive success, and turned characters such as Star Lord and Groot into prominent names. Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 has now hit cinemas, and many are wondering, “Do our favorite space ‘A-holes’ have what it takes to strike lightning in a bottle twice?”  The answer is hell yeah these space ‘A-holes’ strike lightning in a bottle twice.

 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 picks up a few months after the events of the 2014 movie, with the Guardians’ reputation now spread across the galaxy. Peter Quill a.k.a Star Lord, played by Chris Pratt (Jurassic World, The Magnificent Seven 2016 version) and his fellow Guardians’ are hired by a powerful, and very gold alien race, known as The Sovereign, to protect powerful and precious batteries from invaders. Rocket Raccoon, voiced by Bradley Cooper (The Hangover Trilogy, American Sniper) has stolen the batteries, The Sovereign search for vengeance. As the Guardians of the frickin’ Galaxy try to escape, the mystery of Peter’s father, past, and more unfold.

Now I consider myself to be a really big comic book and superhero fan. I have been to a couple of conventions, spent hours in comic book stores, and it has been a part of my life ever since I was a little kid. On the other hand, when the first Guardians movie came out, I had no clue who these heroes are, and I never even heard of this team. What I love about the first Guardians movie, is how they had these characters that weren’t well known, and molded them into some of the best, funniest, and well written characters we have seen in the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). It also helps that one of my favorite directors working today, James Gunn (Slither, Super), directed it. Fans and critics loved the first Guardians movie, and in my opinion, it is one of the best films to come out of the MCU. Captain America: Civil War is still my favorite film in the MCU. That being said, I believe that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is one of the best sequels in the MCU since Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

“It’s Showtime A-Holes!”

From the very beginning of the movie, I was laughing and smiling. Everything from the dialogue, the action, and who can forget the cute Baby Groot dancing to the song Mr. Blue Sky by Electric Light Orchestra.

The first aspect I really enjoyed about the sequel is we learn more about our main characters. For instance, we learn a lot more about why Nebula, played by Karen Gillan (Oculus, upcoming Jumanji reboot) has such a deep hatred for Gamora, played by Zoe Saldana (The Losers, Avatar) and what went on during their childhood with Thanos. The two seem to fight like cats and dogs, but Nebula shows some real good emotion and shows us her true feelings as a character. I love when Nebula told Gamora, “All I ever wanted was a sister.” This leads viewers to possibly believe that she doesn’t hate her sister as much as we may think.

There’s more insight given into Drax’s relationship with his deceased family. While Peter Quill’s lineage is a big focal point in the film, there’s time spent exploring how Rocket Raccoon’s creation caused him some major trust issues, and it’s even explained where Yondu, played by Michael Rooker (Slither, The Belko Experiment) came from. The team faces conflicts and personal demons that threaten to tear them apart, their individual stories dominate the movie. It was well done writing, because we learn more about each individual character.

That is where this sequel shines a light. It shines a light on characters and its theme, the theme being the power and importance of family. In the film Nebula says, “All you do is yell at each other. You’re not friends.” Drax responds, “No. We’re family.” Even though these characters are split up, and even have separate stories going on, it is that bond that brings them together. For example, you have the story going on between Gamora and Nebula, you have the story of Star Lord and his father, and the story with Rocket, Groot, and Yondu. Therefore, the movies theme is something a majority of people will connect emotionally to, the film has heart, and it still has a fun time.

This is honestly some of the best character development I’ve seen out of Marvel or any movie in a long time. This isn’t a spoiler, because it was shown throughout the trailers. Kurt Russell (The Hateful Eight, Furious 7) plays Star Lords father, Ego the Living Planet. Russell manages to fix one of Marvels biggest problems, the forgettable villain problem. Russell is a great threat to the Guardians’ and he is a much better villain than Ronan in the first film. Even though he is Star Lords father, Rooker’s Yondu comes off like Star Lords real father figure. In the film, Yondu tells Star Lord, “He may have been your father, but he wasn’t your daddy.”

I do love that we got time and learned more about our main characters. However, we didn’t get to much time with The Sovereign. They really didn’t come off as vengeful or menacing. They look great. They are covered in head to toe in gold. So much gold even the pharaohs of Ancient Egypt are jealous.

Mantis: “It’s Beautiful.”

Drax: “So are you…on the inside.”

 Dave Bautista (The Man With The Iron Fist, Spectre) as Drax has some of the best comedy throughout the movie. I had no idea how funny he could be. The former WWE wrestling superstar is a power slam of comedic lines.  His comedic delivery and timing couldn’t be any better. He laughs while telling us he has famously large turds, Star Lord needs to find a woman pathetic as him, he calls Mantis, played by Pom Klementieff, ugly, even though she is the prettiest alien I’ve ever seen, and he really is giving the best lines in the movie.

Drax isn’t the only one who gets comedic moments. Everyone gets a chop on the comedy chopping board. One of my favorite lines in the movie actually comes from Yondu. Star Lord tells Yondu, “You remind me of Mary Poppins.” “Was he cool?” Yondu replies. Star Lord responds and grins, “Yeah he was cool.” Yondu then yells, “I’m Mary Poppins, y’all!”

Let’s talk about everyone’s favorite little baby. You’ve all been waiting for it, let’s talk about Baby Groot. All the marketing worked, I love Baby Groot. He makes audiences members, including myself, laugh, cry, and say ahhhhh, isn’t he soooooo cute. When a CGI baby tree, that only says three words can pull on your heartstrings, and has charisma on screen, you know this movie did something right. I also find it interesting how in the first film, Groot was like the parent for Rocket. Everyone remembers the iconic scene when Groot wipes a tear away from Rockets eye, and tells Rocket, “We are Groot.” Now it is reversed, Rocket is the protector and parent like figure for Groot. In a way Rocket depended on Groot, now Rocket has to put his trust into some other characters.

In addition, the film does a great job of making space seem fun, trippy, colorful, and like a comic book right out of the 1970s. We are even introduced to some new planets, but we don’t spend too much time there.

This movie does what a movie is supposed to do. It connected with me emotionally, it made me laugh, it made me care even more about the characters, it had surprises, it had drama, it was fun, funny, it reminded me why I love movies the way I do, and I personally can’t give a bad rating to a movie that did all these things. It may not be as good story wise when compared to the original film. However, it still packs a punch, has one of the best emotional endings in the MCU history, I’m glad these characters are saving the galaxy again, it strikes lightning in a bottle twice, and as Chris Pratt told Empire magazine, “Watching this, you’ll be charmed, thrilled, and entertained.” I was charmed, thrilled, and entertained throughout the whole journey. Which is why I believe Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 earns…

10 out of 10!

Sources: Empire Magazine and IMDB

Written By: Nile Fortner

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