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Attempting to Explain Prometheus

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God knows the Internet doesn’t need another essay on Prometheus, but I’ve been on a bit of a bender recently and I’d like to write my thoughts down. 4,884 more words

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Harrison Ford Opens Door to ‘Blade Runner 2’

Curmudgeonly action star Harrison Ford participated in a Reddit Ask Me Anything forum on April 12 in which he revealed that he would be up for a… 160 more words

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Spain's sudden ban on drones is a punch in the gut for its film industry

Last October, Ridley Scott and more than a thousand extras and film crew arrived in Andalusia, in southern Spain, to shoot Exodus, his new epic about the life of Moses starring Christian Bale.  902 more words

Sequel Prometheus gets familiar face, pushed date?

To some, the news of a Prometheus sequel is joyous, or appalling to others. Whatever your views on it, it’s happening. Yet that’s not the only good thing that’s happening, aside from… 331 more words

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Ridley Scott, Tom Hardy break Taboo

Tom Hardy and Ridley Scott are partnering for a new BBC One drama.

Taboo (8×60′), created by Steven Knight, is about a rogue adventurer (Hardy) who returns from Africa with 14 ill-gotten diamonds to seek vengeance after the death of his father. 109 more words

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MOVIE REVIEW | The Counsellor (2013)


From the writer of some of the greatest American novels of the last half century…  From the director of several genre redefining blockbusters that only get more acclaimed as the years past…  A cast including Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz…  Al Gore should make a documentary about the horrific squandering of resources that went into making one of… 491 more words

'Slightly scarier than Howard The Duck': Why Awful Reviews could just be our new favourite film site

We’ve all seen those movie posters covered in enthusiastic quotes from critics praising the film in question to the heavens.

But don’t you wish sometimes those who weren’t so keen on the movie got a look-in? 138 more words

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