Half Dead Fred is making its debut this year and the Michigan location shoot is underway right now wowing the moviegoers from the Midwest who cannot get enough of the indie movie creations that Hollywood has come up with.  Donald Trump is on the war path against wounded Alec Baldwin who was making fun of Trump in his Saturday Night Live skits for the whole four years Trump was in office;  Now on the ropes because he murdered the cinematographer in the shoot.  But billy LAx is on Alec Baldwin’s side and has ordered his movie bloggers to show sensitivity to Alec Baldwin.  But Maxx TEE Espresso Films digital marketer which has a huge Facebook Following does not want to show a hair of sensitivity to Alec Baldwin thinking that he shot the actress on purpose.  You need to watch the next Transformers movie as the studios have really outdone themselves with the animation on this production set.  In the good and the bad and the ugly film with Clint Eastwood directing and acting, western movie agenda was taken to another level in choosing to  operate as an indie movie.  We showcase John Wayne flicks like they are the only movies on this side of the Hollywood Hills, but if you really want to get down into what is the very best of show buz, you have to go with Winnie the Pooh.  The momentum of the studio films does not compare to Reese Witherspoon and the Outlaws and Josey Whales which had its production shot in the eighties.  But the silver screen has never been better than to have the likes of Angela Jolie with Matt Damon in two dogs and a cat, directed by billy LAx with Cherry bel as a female lead.  Heaven can’t wait is another film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Meg Ryan as Kitty.  But the very best was Hell’s Bells starring none other than Don Johnson to make the moviegoers crazy.  Hells bells was directed by CC bel who works during the day as a digital marketer for Movies by Espresso of Pasadena California.  The momentum of independent movies is moving to the realm of out of space in the West Hollywood corporate business. We cannot express the mediocracy to mention what we do in theatrical space. Undetermined by the lack of toxic politics in the indie movie entertainment corporate world, we admonish ambiguous and relentless sociopaths that stop our advancement of the art that we so much love and cherish to be the best folly after their spectacular theater release. Bambi in the ancient Walt Disney flick would have beat up on Little Abner in 12 seconds if it had not been for Dick Van Dyke rescuing her in his thriller chocolate labs in heaven with the prince.   Does john Doherty really love the female lead at the American Film Market? Probably not but yes indeed one filmmaker who does not know how to answer simple and difficult questions at the same time in space. Best of futures and lay back attitudes regarding dogs and cats are of interest to the next generation of suspense flicks.

When we go off the deep end with story tellers dreaming up nonsense and trying to get it turned into art, we are not doing the box office a favor.  We go on about whales and seals and forget about the really deep things in the ocean of suspense cinema.  If our super relevant movie investors would get together and create a indie movie financing platform for Movies by Espresso we would be able to create many more members on our website of support for the entertainers who need connections.  But since these guys are only into the foreign sales for profits our below the line hard workers will suffer in the end.  They will never be allowed to succeed in films they do not participate in, only because the packages are not put together with money.  The indies should know better and get the film financing from the State of California.  Clint Eastwood is one of my favorite old time actors as he started in  TV back in the early 60s when we had maybe two channels and he played a cowboy.  I have seen his entire career enjoying greats like Dirty Harry and many other movie treasures.  Charles Bronson was another one that was really good in the old 70s movies.  Disney was not a Charles Bronson thing as his movies were all R rated for only the hard core movie fan.  But in the 90s, we had Alan Alda in MASH that made a couple two hour features and was the star of the show.  Then along come Matt Daman and he made the new age movies into a different type of robust action-thriller than before.  But non of these great actors did anything for the indie movie producers as they were all studio flicks.  Only the studios had enough distribution power to push the major a list actors of the 80s through to pay  their agents.  CAA makes a lot of money off each one of these guys.  They package them with the director and give the price tag and the screenplay and the studios jump to the helm, thankful to make the huge mega budget film.