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[Article] – Is The Hollywood Sequel and Remake Bubble About to Burst?

Summer is ending, and it has been a bit cold- when it comes to the US box office that is. So far in 2017, box office revenue has seen the steepest decline in recent history, and for the first time since 2006, the US box office ...

[Article] – Cool for School: 6 Iconic Film Cars

As for a lot of people my age, I grew up in an era of mythic, fairy-tale movie cars. Stumbling on them was a treat. They road-mapped the imagination. They opened up a whole delicious furrow of make-believe, along with the word ...

[Article] – Raindance Keeps Landing On Its Feet

I’m old enough to have gone to the first Raindance Film Festival, back when it was held in a barn – sorry, Planet Hollywood – and they screened Peter Jackson’s Brain Dead to about a dozen people who didn’t know what was about t...

[Article] – Nolan And The Art Of Subjection

Christopher Nolan is back with his tenth feature, Dunkirk, a film being hailed as one of his best and tipped for Oscar success. It is not only a film that highlights Nolan as one of the most powerful directors working today, bu...

[Article] – Is Disney’s Media Monopoly A Good Thing?

In unsurprising news Disney has announced another move to extend their global media empire, with their own streaming service, which will no doubt have other steamers looking over their (digital) shoulders, indeed Netflix is alr...

[Article] – The Curious Case Of Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler has had a welcome return to form recently with The Meyerowitz Stories, from director Noah Baumbach, but is this really a cause for celebration, a good Adam Sandler film, at long last. Or does it confirm our largest...