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MOVING IN ZEN TV Series Bible Preview

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WGAE Reg# 1338875 (C)2020

Moving in Zen,  TV Series Bible,  Preview    Adventure Drama, by E.M.M.

LOGLINE: Chen Young Multi Talented, martial arts, returns home after being trained outside of the community, struggles to follow the rules of the dojo; while defending his friends amidst the crime-ridden streets. To beat death, he must confront the demon of time to save his own life. 

SERIES OVERVIEW

Chen Young is a peaceful, respectful, intelligent, martial artist who loves life. No matter what evil confronts him, he maintains his self-control while on the streets. After taking the oath of peace upon entering the dojo, Chen realizes that the community is an arena designed to test his moral standards. Chen is a survivor however, when faced with the daily destruction of his community Chen uses his powers in defense, and returns to the dojo to meditate with the Grand Master daily on finding another way. The Grand Master reminds Chen that music can “sooth the savage beast”, and sports builds character. Chen acknowledges, and decides to find a way by developing a sports team by day, and building a successful band one member at a time by night. Location: Inner City, present day.

Chen took an oath to maintain his self-control under all circumstances in life. He is not going to break the oath, he respects the philosophy of the dojo. Therefore, he will use all of his efforts to bring peace by guiding his friends at all cost. Perhaps, the challenges that Chen faces are driven by his will to find a way to solve problems without the using violence.

Chen slowly grows to realize that physical fitness is a process that can build character and correct bad habits. Moreover, Chen also must figure out how to build a band.

The community center is the place where teenagers hang out and communicate with each other. This sanctuary provides a computer café, fitness club, dance stage, football field, and a baseball diamond. It is also a haven for drugs, and gang recruitment.

This episodic TV series drama follows Chen as he comes closer to cleaning the crime out of his community by facing the treat. He uses his martial skills, and his brain to save his friends from imminent danger. He transforms his friend’s attitudes about life one by one. Chen must face demon in order to strengthen his spirit.

Each week Chen will be faced with a new danger, which will challenge his ability to keep his oath. Each episodes will feature a new skill that Chen has developed, which will be used to help a friend to escape from the criminal element. As the 13 weeks pass, his friends will return to assist in the prevention of community crime. The friends will join Chin with the building an all-star sports team at the community recreation center, and a successful stage band.

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ED MacAudio

BLACK WIDOW Review by ED MacAudio

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Given the importance of drama today, dashing to the movie theater after a long-drawn-out break in lock down, could be a blissful mega event for everyone around the globe. Needless to say, after waiting in line, I spent 20 minutes stuffing my face with soothing, hot buttered popcorn before the film started. I must have missed that smell of steamy fresh move cornels floating through the air tickling my nose.

Nevertheless, I expected to be fully entertained with spine chilling assaults, battles for life, pulverizing explosions, overwhelming chase scenes, foul language, and a plot moving at the speed of light. Please pardon me, I am an action movie junkie enjoying a box of gummy bears and a cold drink.

Let us jump right in. As you might have guessed, I loved this film. Scarlette Johansson (Natasha Romanoff) performed with the power of a young goddess. Johansson’s performance was enhanced by entangling the lead role with her blazing, combating sister Florence Plugh. Moreover, the sizzling interchange perfectly molded by the fantastic directing skills of Cate Shortland caused me to lose track of time while the music composed by Lorne Balfe gave my ears a long-awaited workout in surround.

David Harbour displayed a since of dark humor which complemented the interchange between Rachel Weisz which kept the drama memorable and fresh throughout entirety of the film. The funny moments were carefully balanced and twisted with emotional slams.

The most important challenge: I did not mind the extended movie experience; consider it a gift from the film maker for keeping us waiting so long to experience the big screen again. Conversely, my popcorn was empty halfway through Act two, I had to break for a refill. Upon my return, my attention was held once again in place by the CGI Artist who created a fabulous array of dazzling action scenes causing time to pass without notice. Conversely, the effects were combined with the latest technology to give a seamless design without any signs of displacement in reality. Great Effects! You must see this film to appreciate my enthusiasm.

 Being overwhelmed with excitement, let me take a moment to mention the writers Jac Schaeffer, Ned Benson, and Eric Peason, this outstanding team crafted a vision which molded into a massive dose of dazzling eye candy. I can only imagine the length of the storyboard; it must have taken up 130 ft with sticky notes plastered like a wallpaper mural.

Another exemplary characteristic of this successful screenplay is the unfolding of the images created by the cinematographer, Gabriel Beristain coupled with producer, Kevin Feige. This creative crew unfastened passion for the beauty of thrill in faraway places. Overall, the visual images within each scene dragged my attention deep into the world of Black Widow.

Grinding away through postproduction, it took the bulldozer force of editors, Leigh Folsom Boyd, and Matthew Schmidt to transmit the story precisely for the big screen where Black Widow came to grapple the attention of the audience. Faced by deadlines, articulating the message of passion through pain takes the cooperation of many focused minds with a universal target, the resolution.

As for the post Covid entertainment experience, time does not matter because, the show must go on. Here is my point, while looking closer at the team of cast members, producers, directors, writers, and composers I realized, it takes commitment to develop a twisted action drama into a memorable, family event.  I learned from this film that love is relevant under all conditions.

And finally, I must give the brilliant casting directors a round of applause for assembling a powerful team of performers who created a time warping cinematic event for Marvel’s timeless audience, I cannot wait for the sequel. So, make plans to see this film it will surly break the box office records for 2021.

In closing, if I sit through a film and come out of the theater lost, the experience was a success for the filmmaker. For example, I could not locate my car. Perhaps, my mind was somewhere in Marvel land while my transport was patiently waiting to be located with the panic horn pulsating through the late afternoon air. I found my car after I woke up from the movie trance.  Till next time, thanks for reading.

ED MacAudio

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