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The Hummingbird Project

We live in an era that is measured by milliseconds. The speed by which our news and information get to us has moved from being a luxury to a necessity. Even in the most remote areas of the world, there is an expectation that our phones or computers will be able to connect to the […]

8.0
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The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir

For all of the fans of IKEA and their catalogue, director Ken Scott’s adaptation of Romain Puértolas’s novel, The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir who got Stuck in an IKEA Wardrobe is the film that will make you celebrate the Swedish superstore. A serendipitous adventure for a young magician (fakir) from the streets of Mumbai […]

3.0
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The Chaperone

One aspect of cinematic history that most modern audiences do not have much exposure to would be the silent movie era. Besides legendary figures like Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, few people would know that there was a vast number of movie stars who influenced a whole period without a sound. Louise Brooks (Haley Lu […]

10
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Avengers: Endgame

Kevin Feige and the team at the Marvel Cinematic Universe have managed to pull off something unprecedented to maintain the attention of a passionate fanbase through 22 films over 11 years. There have been longer lasting franchises, like James Bond, but nothing on the scale or with the concerted effort of this series of films. […]

1.0
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Hellboy

The pervasive push for graphic novel content being adapted to feature-length films must have Comic-Con fans jumping out of their skin. Once studios get past the comic classics of Superman and Batman, they must rely on motivated fans of these cult figures as their influencers and base audience. The fine line for the creators of […]

6.0
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The Aftermath

Death has its revelations: the great sorrows which open the heart open the mind as well; light comes to us with our grief. As for me, I have faith; I believe in a future life. How could I do otherwise? My daughter was a soul; I saw this soul. I touched it, so to speak. […]

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Red Joan

In the history of espionage, many may have missed the intriguing story of Melita Norwood who was given the title of ‘granny spy.’ At the age of 84, the British senior citizen was exposed as one of the leading intelligence agents for the Soviet Union during the 1940s in the race for development of nuclear […]

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