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Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb review

Night at the Museum is probably one of the most popular children’s films of the 21st century, and has been increasingly ever present within the film world in recent years. 502 more words


Manchester By The Sea: a film review

I had a choice; this movie or La La Land. Now, because of some over active cultural snobbery I took a quick glance at the blurb for Manchester, realised it wasn’t set in the North of England but Massachusetts (so I wouldn’t need subtitles), understood it was ‘thoughtful’ and ‘made you think’ (which should be the same thing but of course isn’t) and plumped for Manchester rather than the feel-good, light up your day bit of fluff that is La La Land. 495 more words


T2 Trainspotting

Crashing into cinemas in 1996 and depicting the true chaos that long-term drug addiction brings, Trainspotting was not one for the faint-hearted. It did have some terrifically funny moments, but it also featured some truly unforgettable, disgusting and disturbing scenes. 439 more words


An Archaeology of the Close-Up

I recently wrote an academic essay exploring the historical and cultural origins of the cinematic close-up. The piece is a long read, but I think any reader interested in cinema history will find the ideas interesting. 394 more words


Sundance Film Festival 2017

Jan. 20 / 17

Hello again. Yesterday the Sundance Film Festival for 2017 has arrived. For those of you who have tickets, enjoy and have a safe time. 467 more words


"Negativity is the enemy of creativity."

“Negativity is the enemy of creativity.”

David Lynch, director, cinema, film, screenwriter


Vin Diesel Is Back With "xXx: Return of Xander Cage" In Movie Theaters Now!

Today, xXx: Return of Xander Cage was released in movie theaters, starring Vin Diesel. The film is about Xander Cage being left for dead after an incident but secretly returns for a new, tough assignment with his handler Augustus Gibbons. 22 more words

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