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Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

In continuity terms the Marvel Cinematic Universe is entirely ridiculous. Aside from the main Avengers movies, Marvel have had clear intentions to keep their characters apart, for obvious reasons – you want to build up to the main draw of the series, not to mention the fact that continually paying wages for Robert Downey Jr, Chris Hemsworth et all would soon have Marvel Studios struggling to make those hundreds of millions of dollars worth of profit on each project. 1,106 more words


Obvious Child

Slate shines in the A24 comedy that opens in select theaters on June 6.

Refreshingly relatable! We are always going to be going through “something” from the chances we take and the choices we make.

Sundance Film Festival

The Third Sundance London Festival at the O2 - 25 to 27 April 2014

From it’s quite humble origins, the Sundance Film Festival has become one of the largest independent film festivals in the United States. The festival was created to showcase new work by American and international independent filmmakers. 256 more words

Festivals And Events

Trailer: God's Pocket

Philip Seymour Hoffman may no longer be with us, but this doesn’t mean that it’s time to let him go….not entirely because thankfully, he left some completed movies to help us adjust to the idea of loosing him. 

Movies Land

Review: Blackfish (Cowperthwaite, 2013)

I would classify Blackfish as an “issue” documentary. The issue investigated here is whether or not holding killer whales in captivity for entertainment is dangerous for the trainers and inhumane to the animals. 522 more words

Sundance Film Festival


After the very well received film “Another Earth“, Mike Cahill brings another fresh and original sci-fi called “I Origins”. This indie film passed through Sundance Film Festival with amazing reviews, being one of the biggest surprises of the festival. 113 more words


Review: Adore (Fontaine, 2013)

Oh finally! It’s been a long time since I’ve seen a movie so bad that I’ve just wanted to crap all over it. Sometimes there’s more to say about a shitty film than a good one. 433 more words