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Too Much Batman?
Too Much Batman?
Too Much Batman?
 

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September 17, 2017
 



Too Much Batman? Over the last decade we have been treated to numerous outings of the caped crusader across many platforms, the dark knight is at the peak of his popularity, along with his supporting cast as well. But how much ...

 
 
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Can Avatar Break The Box-Office Again?
Can Avatar Break The Box-Office Again?
Can Avatar Break The Box-Office Again?

Can Avatar Break The Box-Office Again? So filming is finally underway on the Avatar sequels, four to be precise and to be shot concurrently, a model James Cameron has adopted from Peter Jackson on The Lord Of The Rings. But its...

 
 
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Nolan And The Art Of Subjection
Nolan And The Art Of Subjection
Nolan And The Art Of Subjection

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 powe...

 
 
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Is Disney’s Media Monopoly A Good Thing?
Is Disney’s Media Monopoly A Good Thing?
Is Disney’s Media Monopoly A Good Thing?

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 (...

 
 
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The Curious Case Of Adam Sandler
The Curious Case Of Adam Sandler
The Curious Case Of Adam Sandler

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 las...

 
 
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Casual Cinema
Casual Cinema
Casual Cinema

Casual Cinema The era of the multiplex has brought many changes to cinema-going, what used to be a grand affair, matinee screenings with thousands of seats, has been swapped for smaller screens and smaller audiences. Recent cha...