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Good vs. Evil. Light vs. Dark. Black vs. White. We are used to our art telling tales along these themes. Our heroes are separate from our villains – one siding with right, the other always wrong. But, we as a race have never be...

 
 
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I’m always astounded by some of the roles A-listers take on. No, I’m not scoffing at Tom Cruise’s decision to star in ‘The Mummy’ remake/reboot/sequel/whatever (I don’t know what to say about that, actually), it’s more along th...

 
 
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Modern society is a hotpot of multicultural, multilingual and multi-ethnic communities, but where do we find that kind of representation in cinema? In ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ apparently. The spin-off film from the main S...

 
 
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Lestat’s Perspective: The life of the movie buff nowadays is a series of unfortunate trailers. I don’t know about the rest of the world, but if I know I’m going to watch a certain film, I avoid its trailers, exclusive cli...

 
 
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Lestat’s Perspective: Marvelmania returns with ‘Doctor Strange’, the mystical, magical hero brought to life in the form of Benedict Cumberbatch. An egotistical neurosurgeon supreme, there’s no stopping this man’s train of...

 
 
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Review: Beatlemania surfaces again in the form of this documentary by Oscar-winning director and Beatles fan himself, Ron Howard. ‘Eight Days a Week’ roughly follows the life of the band as they frenetically toured the world fr...