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[Article] – The Subversive Nature of X2: X-Men United

It was inevitable that after watching X-Men: Days of Future Past, I would want to revisit the original trilogy and rediscover the origins of this band of merry mutants. Bryan Singer’s X-Men pretty much changed the landscape of ...

[Article] – The Young & Prodigious T.S. Spivet

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...

[Article] – Where is My Happy Ending?

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...

[Article] – The Best Extra Moments

Who on earth cares about the extras? Hell, even the extras don’t care about the extras. They are simply there to fill a void, show an accurate busy mall that some teenage heartthrob is pummelling down to proclaim his love. Howe...

[Article] – Why Mystique Is The Best Mutant

Oh dear, you just read that title and immediately screamed “but she’s the bad guy!” And true, the blue skinned, scarlet haired mutant has made several appearences fighting back against the Xavier regime. Often sided with Magnet...

[Article] – Godzilla & The Problem with American Monster Movies

When you think of the classic giant monster movies, undoubtedly Godzilla is first on the list. Created as a symbol of the horror of nuclear weapons in post WWII Japan, Godzilla quickly became an iconic creature. Sometimes villa...