Racists Attack Will Smiths Focus Over Films Depiction of An Interracial …


Just a few days before the release of the Hollywood romantic comedy film Focus, starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, Apple has provided a behind-the-scenes look at how Final Cut Pro X was used to produce the movie.

The emotional payoff in "Focus" might not be as strong as in their previous efforts — which notably includes screenwriting duties on 2003's "Bad Santa," a film that effectively introduced Requa and Ficarra to Hollywood. It also suffers ever so

Nothing is worse than a forgettable con and an even more forgettable con-man. Glenn Ficarra and John Requa tag-team after “Crazy, Stupid, Love” and bring stylistic elements to the backdrop of the environments in Focus, but keep the audience out of

comes the con-job romantic dramedy "Focus." Nicky (Will Smith) is drinking, alone, in a posh New York City hotel restaurant when a gorgeous blonde, Jess (Margot Robbie of "The Wolf of Wall Street"), begins having some trouble with a gentleman at the bar.

The audience is just another mark for Nicky and his crew, and I'll admit it: This movie fooled me several times. Like any good con man, Focus understands the art of misdirection, and it repeatedly and satisfyingly swerves into