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Gangster Films
By Can Burak · 4 years ago
It's almost 50 years since one of the greatest gangster movies of all time Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather (1972) film was released. The film was based on Mario Puzo's novel of the same name ...
Twisted a.k.a. Psycho ex-girlfriend FIlm Review
By Laika Lalonde · 4 years ago
Twisted is a short thriller that instantly hooks the audience. Featuring many compelling characters, we follow them on this frivolous journey facing love, angst and suspense. The following synopsis captures the story perfectly: "Kara has ...
Joker (2019): an affresco of madness
By Gianluca Fiore · 4 years ago
I went into the cinema to watch Joker by Todd Phillips without knowing much about either the movie and the character: I had watched the previous rendition of it of Heath Ledger and the older ...
The Reasons Why Video Marketing Must Be The Next Step In Your Business
By Robert Green · 4 years ago
Today there are several ways that any business can use video in their marketing campaigns. In fact, video is fast becoming a prerequisite for many companies for the simple reason that people in the digital ...
Tenki No Ko: Weathering With You Glossary — Characters, Release Dates, Synopsis, Trailers
By Limarc Ambalina · 4 years ago
With Tenki No Ko: Weathering With You now playing in Japan, Indonesia, The Philippines, Australia,  and more countries to come, the hype around Shinkai's latest film is starting to heat up even more. Some  readers ...
Drone Aerial Filming of Downton Abbey The Movie (release date 13/09/19 UK)
By Helen Harvey · 5 years ago
The eagerly awaited Downton Abbey movie is set to hit the UK cinemas September 13th 2019 (09/20/19 USA), distributed by Universal Studios International and Focus Features. Marzano Films aerial filming team were thrilled to work ...
If Tom Cruise wet the bed last night, is Roger Ebert's review of Minority Report still valid?
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
The reason why I’m intrigued, by this concept, is that for all of my life (or rather for just the vast majority of my life – no satire intended) movies have come across as being ...
Superman Returns (2006) review: good teaches evil to believe in itself
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
For a very long time, Superman Returns is a film that has confounded me. I’ve always had a respect for the picture, but at the same time I’ve usually found it difficult to truly enjoy ...
Nocturnal Animals review: experiences that come to life, so that they can reject themselves
By Thomas Cullen · 5 years ago
In the past, I’ve alluded to the possibility that Nocturnal Animals is the greatest movie of all time. Now this might still be true (I happen to no longer believe that 1977’s The Sentinel has ...
I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997): film review
By Thomas H Cullen · 5 years ago
For the 1997 horror film, I Know What You Did Last Summer, it’s none other than through the following idea that I wish to talk of the film: a goal that gives its status to ...
The true meaning of The Phantom Menace, and why it failed
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
The true meaning, of The Phantom Menace is that it’s a story about the support for hierarchy being the very definition of balance. A hierarchy that gets support is an equality – or balance – ...
The Sentinel (1977): review
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
For this 1977 horror, the dynamic or the theme of concern is the censorship of a betrayal of a rightful betrayal. A rightful betrayal is an erroneous perfection. A censorship of a betrayal is the ...
If Halloween 6 won Best Picture, in 1996, would mathematics have been decimated?
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
In 1996, it was the period biopic Braveheart that won the Academy Award for Best Picture. Being a 1995 release, the sixth instalment in the Halloween franchise Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers was perfectly ...
The Last Jedi review (a remake of Tom Ford's Nocturnal Animals)
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
In Rian Johnson’s sequel, to The Force Awakens, a value is a difference that exists because of a uniformity. In alternate but no less complicated terms, a value in The Last Jedi is made up ...
Annabelle Creation: an analysis
By Thomas H Cullen · 6 years ago
In a previous article that I wrote, I gave a splitting reference to the main theme of Annabelle Creation; though its validity can’t be confirmed (as if any idea in any movie can be confirmed), ...
The Grand Opening of Aquaman
By Dipesh Stha · 6 years ago
Following the events of Justice League, Arthur Curry, the reluctant pioneer of the submerged kingdom of Atlantis, is gotten between surface occupants and his own particular family who are set up to lash out and ...
Getting ready for the Avengers Infinity Wars premier
By Don Milne · 6 years ago
This year will see the release of the new Avengers movie and whether you have big kids or little kids, it’s sure to create a buzz. The shops will be full of merchandise to help ...
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Freesat
By Saff Barham · 6 years ago
Wondering how Freesat works, can be a bit of a confusing thought. There are a ton of things to consider – what Freesat channels are available, for example? And which satellite works best for Freesat? ...
MCU, DCU Role Reversal 2020
By Sumanth Patil · 6 years ago
For roughly the past decade, Marvel (Disney, in all honesty) has created a composite "Monopoly" on Superhero films, revolutionizing the scape of mainstream comic media. They took what was nerdy and made it "cool" for ...
Canadian Film Tax Incentives – Still In The Game
By Scatena & Rosner Films · 7 years ago
As mentioned in The Importance of Film Tax Incentives Today, tax incentives are a key component to independent film budgets. This is a fact for all filmmakers. For those of us in the USA, we ...