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[Article] – Auteur Directors For Mainstream Franchises

The recent and rather left field announcement of Quentin Tarantino taking his unique worldview to the Star Trek franchise creates the tantalising notion of seeing an auteur director given the reigns to a mainstream series, with...

[Article] – 4 Things Wrong With Kenneth Branagh’s “Murder on the Orient Express”

There is something quintessentially odd about Agatha Christie’s Poirot. From his obsessive pursuit of order and symmetry, numerous eccentricities and merciless attitude towards British food to his posture, spotlessly polished b...

[Article] – Five Best Superhero Movie Scenes in 2017

2017 has been a great year for superhero films. We have had a plethora of films, of varying quality, from Marvel and DC. As a superhero film fan, I could not be happier. There are already several lists about the best films in t...

[Article] – Is Daniel Day-Lewis Retiring Really So Bad?

As the release of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread grows ever closer, it marks a bittersweet prospect, it will be Daniel Day-Lewis’s first film in five years, but also – reportedly – his last, with Day-Lewis announcing his...

[Article] – Alternative Scorsese Masterpieces

This month not only sees Martin Scorsese turn 75, it also marks 50 years since his feature film debut with Who’s That Knocking At My Door, five decades that have produced an incredible legacy, with three films on the AFI top 10...

[Article] – The Snowman And The Filmmaker’s Hiatus

The Snowman marks the return of director Tomas Alfredson, six years after the acclaimed Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, a rather long wait for a director who was then hot property, and the film has been met with a severely frosty re...