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Spider-Man: Far From Home – Thoughts on the Last Trailer
July 7, 2019 | Movie Features
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A Sicario Sequel: Is it Necessary?
July 7, 2018 | Movie Features
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The 10 Most Incompetent Filmmakers
June 1, 2018 | Movie Features
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Avengers: Infinity War – A Study in When Intentionally Misleading Marketing is Okay
May 23, 2018 | Movie Features
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John Trengove and Nakhane Touré talk ‘The Wound’
May 2, 2018 | Movie Features

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Spider-Man: Far From Home – Thoughts on the Last Trailer

All right. No one was talking about this, and I decided I couldn’t let it ride. Of course, I am talking about the latest and final trailer for the 22nd installment into the canon of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Spider-Man: Far From Home. So what’s the deal? Well frankly, I am upset with the […]

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A Sicario Sequel: Is it Necessary?

You know of The Colors Trilogy. The Cornetto Trilogy. Films in the aforementioned series are tied together in terms of theme and spirit, as opposed to one overarching story. Well, Taylor Sheridan has done the same and given the world his own trilogy in the form of The American Frontier Trilogy, or simply, The Frontier […]

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The 10 Most Incompetent Filmmakers

Directing a film is a dream job for many because you get to boss actors and crews about as they bring your vision to life. But directing is difficult, there are many things a would-be director need to consider, from writing, editing, the technical side like camera and sound and inter-personal skills. There have been […]

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Avengers: Infinity War – A Study in When Intentionally Misleading Marketing is Okay

Avengers: Infinity War has been out for almost a month, so does that mean it’s fine to openly discuss spoilers? After all, the movie’s shocking ending twist has already made the rounds as a low-effort meme (something dissolving and ‘I don’t feel so good’, comedy gold right there). Okay, fine. SPOILER WARNING – The following […]

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John Trengove and Nakhane Touré talk ‘The Wound’

The Wound (Inxeba) was South Africa’s Oscar entry for Best Foreign Language Film that made the December shortlist, but ultimately missed out on being nominated. That’s an absolute travesty. The film is a raw and honest exploration of masculinity, depicting the struggle of balancing cultural and queer identities in the context of a Xhosa coming […]

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Women of Wakanda: Black Panther is the most Feminist MCU movie yet

While Black Panther is obviously the most racially progressive film that Marvel has ever put out, what’s garnering less attention is how feminist it is. So far, the MCU hasn’t been great with diversity of race or gender. People of color have been limited to one quippy black sidekick per franchise, and literally no characters of […]

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Pitch Perfect 3 Review

Pitch Perfect was a groundbreaking effort that helped to redefine the musical with an all-girl acapella singing group called the Barden Bellas. The original and subsequent sequel were unprecedented hits and helped to catapult Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and Hailee Steinfeld’s careers into the Hollywood and musical stratosphere. Pitch Perfect 3 became a foregone conclusion […]

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Justice League Mortal: The Film That Never Was

Warner Bros’ long-awaited and troubled production of Justice League has finally been released in theaters and the reception has been mixed. It was also a troubled production with some speculating that it was the DCEU’s last chance and changed director during the middle of post-production. Yet this is nothing compared to what happened to Justice League: Mortal in 2008. […]

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The New Orleans Film Festival: Closing Night and Jury Award Winners Announced

The closing night of the New Orleans Film Festival was held on Thursday, October 19th with a screening of Call Me by Your Name.  For a full review of the film’s earlier screening at the London Film Festival, please find the article here. Earlier in the week, the New Orleans Film Festival announced its Jury […]

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Marvel mistakes the DCEU can learn from

Whilst the MCU undeniably got off to a better received start than the DCEU, there are some advantages to being a little behind when it comes to on-screen extended universes. Marvel has been paving the way on that front, but DC has the opportunity to learn from some of Marvel’s mistakes. One of the biggest […]

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