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The Rise of Skywalker: Before The Viewing
December 20, 2019 | Movie Features
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The Philadelphia Film Festival opened Thursday with “Parasite” and “Just Mercy”
October 20, 2019 | Movie Features
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Spider-Man: Far From Home – Thoughts on the Last Trailer
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A Sicario Sequel: Is it Necessary?
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The 10 Most Incompetent Filmmakers
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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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Top 10 Actors Who Could Play The Wolverine

Everyone who has seen Logan earlier this year knows it was a perfect swansong for Hugh Jackman in his most iconic role. It was a fantastic 17-year run that is unlikely to be repeated. Whilst it is debatable whether the role of Wolverine should be recast so soon, it will happen at some point: he is one […]

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Trailer Round-Up – 14 May, 2017

Wonder Woman Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, stars Gal Gadot as Diana Prince, princess of the Amazons, who was raised on a sheltered island and trained to be an unconquerable fighter. After an American pilot, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine), crashes on the island and tells her about the war to end all wars, Diana […]

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Trailer Round-Up – May 7, 2017

Dunkirk Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, Dunkirk is a war movie about the evacuation of allied soldiers from Britain, Belgium and France that were surrounded by the German army on the beaches of Dunkirk in 1940. The cast is made up of mostly young or relatively unknown actors, such as Fionn Whitehead, Jack Lowden, […]

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Star Wars’ New Hope

This year’s Star Wars Celebration comes in the wake of losing the galaxy’s most beloved Princess, so now would be the perfect time to look back on how much progress the Star Wars franchise has made since way back when Carrie Fisher was the only woman on set (and apparently the only woman in outer […]

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10 Times Hollywood Whitewashed East Asian Roles

The #OscarsSoWhite controversy last year undeniably sparked some change — this year there were three movies with predominantly black casts in the running for Best Picture, and even a film about India! Though this is a move in the right direction, sadly racism and racial insensitive in Hollywood isn’t over. There’s a more insidious form […]

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The X-Men Movies: Worst to Best

Logan has been hit with critics, having a 92% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and our own Stanyo Zhelev gave it a positive review. It has already made over $437 million at the box office and is set to make more. The X-Men series has spanned 10 movies to this date and made just under $4.7 billion worldwide and at least two more […]

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Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine Performances Ranked (Worst to Best)

With Logan, Hugh Jackman officially says goodbye to the character he’s been playing for the last 17 years. The Wolverine was the role that launched Jackman into superstardom, and rightfully so. His turn as everyone’s favorite cigar-chomping, wise-cracking, adamantium claw-wielding mutant is held in high regard by both critics and fans alike, even if some […]

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Top 10 Worst Movie Romances

Happy Valentine Day.  It’s that time of year of where the businesses market towards couples and hopeless romantics and make single people feel bad about their relationship status. It is also a time of year that studios attempt to cash in with big romantic movies. 2017’s contender is Fifty Shades Darker, the sequel to the […]

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