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Archive for December, 2017
 
 
 
 
Debate
 

Sometimes one version of a movie just isn’t enough. A director, producer or studio decides that a classic needs to be brought to a whole new audience, and the way to do that (obviously) is to completely remake the film, usually...

 
 
Filmreview
 

Review: When the credits rolled and the darkness lifted following “The Fault in Our Stars”, something fascinating took place.  The sound of hordes of tweeners sobbing created what I can only describe as a palpable, ...

 
 
Article
 

Let’s open this review with a bit of a moan. A moan that may have been uttered by countless critics before me and especially echoed with the thoughts of Mark Kermode; 3D is a redundant practice. Trotted out countless amounts of...

 
 
Filmreview
 

Review: In a day and age where we are constantly bombarded with information about film stars it’s hard to wrap our minds around the concept that at the very beginning, studios were doing the best they could to actually keep the...

 
 
Article
 

Remember when the word gay meant happy? It stills means the same, but when you put the word gay alongside movie, you rarely get a happy movie. Not all movies have to have a happy ending, but sometimes it would be nice if they w...

 
 
Filmreview
 

Review: You have to admit, there really is only one Tom Cruise. For all our potential misgivings about his personal preferences, there’s his unfaltering determination to consider plus his raucous optimism that’s rat...