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When films decide to base their story around the industry, it has to be very careful not to seem too into itself. To many people, moaning how Hollywood is actually bad is a bit first world problems, as many of us regular cinema goers would love to be earning the sort of money actors do. 1,025 more words

(MARVEL WEEK) The Incredible Hulk REVIEW: "Smash Hit"

When Marvel decided to have its own studios and make its own movies, it went ahead and put two movies in production at the same time. 595 more words

Retro Reviews

The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance: Analyzing the 4 Themes of Birdman

The critically acclaimed Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) tackles a lot of themes about one’s existence in the world, Hollywood vs. Broadway, the concept of being an artist and duality. 1,177 more words



 Birdman: or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) was released in the UK on 1st January 2015, and was the winner of several Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay. 415 more words

Film Review

Review: 'Birdman'


                Michael Keaton has been very much missed as a leading man for over a decade now.  He has made some great turns in both live action and animated films as secondary characters.  685 more words



He was a hero then. No, a superhero. decked in an exceedingly duckbill mask and metallic feathers, Riggan’s Birdman swooped into the culture on silver screens sort of a superb golden goose, creating Riggan a worldwide celebrity and launching the cinema superhero genre we’re therefore aware of nowadays. 811 more words