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5 Ways ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Subverts MCU Tropes
5 Ways ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Subverts MCU Tropes
5 Ways ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Subverts MCU Tropes

5 Ways ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Subverts MCU Tropes The final instalment of the Thor trilogy has finally hit theatres and it is a fast-paced ride down the bi-frost. Arguably the franchise’s most divisive entry, Taika Waititi’s ‘Thor: R...

 
 
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Death Note Review Poster
Death Note Review Poster
Death Note Review Poster
 

Death Note – Review

 
 
 
 
 
 
August 28, 2017
 



Death Note Review: When Netflix announced that an adaptation of fan favourite Japanese manga Death Note was in production, a synchronous tremor ran through the hearts of fans around the world. The Death Note anime is a cornerst...

 
 
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Captain America: The First Avenger Vs Wonder Woman
Captain America: The First Avenger Vs Wonder Woman
Captain America: The First Avenger Vs Wonder Woman

Captain America: The First Avenger Vs Wonder Woman This shouldn’t have been inevitable, but it is. Wonder Woman has just been released, and we spent the majority of the film involuntarily comparing it to Captain America: The Fi...

 
 
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Wonder Woman Review Poster
Wonder Woman Review Poster
Wonder Woman Review Poster

Wonder Woman – Joint Review Lestat’s Perspective: She’s finally here! Wonder Woman, one of DC’s Big Three comic book characters has struggled the hardest to lasso together a live-action appearance. But in 2017, bett...

 
 
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Modern Day Movie Trailers: 5 Pet Peeves
Modern Day Movie Trailers: 5 Pet Peeves
Modern Day Movie Trailers: 5 Pet Peeves

Modern Day Movie Trailers: 5 Pet Peeves Have you ever found yourself enjoying a trailer, only for the bubble to be burst by a scene completely out of sync? Film trailers are an integral marketing tool for the industry. They wer...

 
 
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Here’s To Imperfect Heroes
Here’s To Imperfect Heroes
Here’s To Imperfect Heroes

Here’s To Imperfect Heroes 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,...