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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
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John Trengove and Nakhane Touré talk ‘The Wound’
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Yorgos Lanthimos films are perfect for a non-traditional Halloween

Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos shot to mainstream fame in 2015 with his first English language feature The Lobster, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay alongside three awards at Cannes.  His latest film, The Killing of a Sacred Deer, won Best Screenplay at Cannes this year and is sure to be in the running for […]

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The 2017 New Orleans Film Festival opens with the “Florida Project.”

  The New Orleans Film Festival opens its doors for the 28th year on Wednesday, October 11th at the Orpheum Theater with a screening of The Florida Project.  Following the rout of the independent film world with his 2015 film Tangerine, Sean Baker brings another gritty examination into the forgotten characters of an uneven world.  […]

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10 Actors Who Should Play the “Bond 25” Villain

The Bond villain is a coveted role that sees MI6’s best facing some of the most cunning and vicious villains in film history. Many great actors have played memorable villains such as Donald Pleasence as the most iconic version of Blofeld, Christopher Lee as the three nippled Scaramanga, Sean Bean played a former companion of […]

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20 Historical Events That Would Make Great Movies

History, a subject that either galvanizes people or bores them to tears. Despite your views on history there is no denying that writers and filmmakers have looked to historical events for interpretation, from Spartacus’ rebellion, to the Scottish War for Independence to Abraham Lincoln’s efforts to pass the 13th Amendment. A film about the evacuation […]

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10 South Asians in Hollywood you should get excited about!

Diversity has been a bit of a buzzword in media for the last few years, and the announcement of the 2017 Academy invitees has brought the debate firmly back into the spotlight. Following a slew of whitewashing East Asian roles and the subsequent backlash from audiences, it seems pretty clear that audiences are impatient for […]

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All Spider-Man Movies Ranked from Worst to Best

Spider-Man is one of the most popular and well-known superheroes in the world and he’s certainly had a major presence on the big screen, with six live-action movies in less than two decades. The latest reboot, Spider-Man: Homecoming is swinging into theaters right now – how does it compare to his previous outings? This is […]

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Is The MCU Finally Making Progress Regarding Representation?

Spider-Man: Homecoming is out this week, and one thing stands out particularly from the trailers. Where other Marvel films have undeniably featured all-white casts with one quippy black side-kick per franchise (Rhodey, Sam, … Heimdall I guess?), Homecoming’s secondary characters are a diverse bunch. However talented Tom Holland is, some fans simply won’t be able […]

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Trailer Round-Up – 18 June, 2017

Flatliners Director: Niels Arden Oplev Writer: Ben Ripley Cast: Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, Kiersey Clemons, Kiefer Sutherland Release Date: 29 September 2017 Medical students experiment on “near death” experiences that involve past tragedies until the dark consequences begin to jeopardize their lives. I’m unfamiliar with the original, so I can’t compare […]

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10 Reasons the 1999 Mummy franchise is irreplaceable

We live in an age of cinematic remakes that tend to split opinions pretty drastically (remember Ghostbusters?!), but here’s an opinion that’s sure not to be too controversial: the 1999 Mummy franchise is utterly irreplaceable. At first when I heard that The Mummy was being rebooted in 2017 I was skeptical, but willing to give […]

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After the Storm Review

After the Storm is the most recent film from the acclaimed director, Hirokazu Kore-da (Our Little Sister; Like Father, Like Son, Still Walking), subtly examines the philosophy behind the family dynamic between youthful hope and imagine and the realities of adulthood. The film opens with a mother (Krin Kiki) and daughter gearing up for a typhoon […]

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