Posts by Landon H. Johnson

Landon H. Johnson

About The Author

Landon Johnson is a contributing writer, film and marketing guru. Through his six-year career in media marketing and development he has worked in New York, Los Angeles and Hong Kong for companies like Paramount Pictures, ABC and Disney. When he is not binge watching legal thrillers and horror flicks, he has a real passion for promoting untold stories portrayed on film that have a lasting impact on audiences at his digital content firm in Beverly Hills, Alpha Prolific (www.alphaprolific.com) Twitter: @landonhjohnson
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Movie Review: ‘Wonderstruck’

"Wonderstruck" is a magical and visionary work of art that is sure to resonate with audiences for decades to come.

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‘IT’ in 4DX: Game-Changing, Innovative, and Revolutionary

Seeing the amazing "It" in 4DX was an experience our Landon Johnson won't forget... check out his report!

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Movie Review: ‘Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down The White House’

While "Mark Felt" is an important story to tell, the film falls a little flat, especially if you're looking for a companion to the excellent 1976 film "All the President’s Men."

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Movie Review: ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’

While there is nothing particularly remarkable about "The Hitman’s Bodyguard," there are some epic action sequences. Landon Johnson reviews...

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Check Out How To Train as ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’!

ScreenPicks correspondent Landon Johnson got a thrill of a lifetime training to be a "The Hitman's Bodyguard," courtesy of the folks at Lionsgate!

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Movie Review: ‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power’

"An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power" is a superb follow-up to the Oscar-winning film that changed the way world looked at the the climate crisis that continues to plague our planet.

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Movie Review: ‘Girls Trip’

"Girls Trip" is a "Bridesmaids" meets "The Hangover" comedy romp, a good-time movie we have been wanting for all summer

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Movie Review: ‘Beatriz at Dinner’

"Beatriz at Dinner" is a cheeky, cathartic film about the struggle for humanity’s conscience in the Age of Trump.

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Movie Review: ‘Paris Can Wait’

"Paris Can Wait" is just what one would expect from a Lifetime TV film, but Diane Lane's performance gives it charm.

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Movie Review: ‘The Dinner’

From the rich dialogue to the intense acting by all parties, "The Dinner" shouldn't be missed, even though maybe it should have been just two courses instead of four.

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Movie Review: ‘Dig Two Graves’

While the premise is interesting, "Dig Two Graves" falls short of horror film expectations.

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Movie Review: ‘Wilson’

"Wilson" is for the adult audience who lives for the bleak, unapologetic, real-life comedy.

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Interview: Octavia Spencer Talks ‘The Shack’

ScreenPicks spoke with Octavia Spencer and writer Paul Young about making "The Shack." Here is what we learned.

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Interviews: Jillian Bell and Carver Twins Put Up Their Dukes and Talk “Fist Fight”

ScreenPicks was able to sit down with Jillian Bell and twins Max and Charlie Carver to talk about how fun it was to make "Fist Fight."

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Interviews: Cast and Crew Talk ‘Fist Fight’

Here are a few things we learned about the balls-out comedy "Fist Fight" from the cast and crew.

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