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Vintage Oscar Photos That Are Pure Hollywood Glamour

The 91st annual Academy Awards are just days away and we couldn’t be more excited for the starry evening! But before we get swept into the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown and its finest, it’s a must that we get a dazzling look at the roots of Hollywood’s biggest night. 685 more words

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Movie Review: 'Black Panther' Shines Atop the MCU

Warning: This review contains spoilers. 

Black Panther‘s record-breaking opening weekend proved that not just Marvel fans were excited about the character getting his own solo movie. 1,217 more words

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Review | The Ritual

Your darkest dreams await you

Director: David Bruckner

Staring: Rafe Spall, Asher Ali, Robert James-Collier, Sam Trougton

Six months on from the untimely death of one of their group, four old friends from University journey from the UK to the Sarek National Park in northern Sweden with the aim of hiking the route their friend suggested the night he died, honouring his memory in the process. 606 more words

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The Definitive White Man’s Response to Marvel’s Black Panther

First of all, I hate movie reviews because the ones I disagree with are wrong, and the ones that I agree with are ones that I obviously didn’t need to read because I watched the damn film.   731 more words

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Review | Downsizing

We are meant for something bigger

Director: Alexander Payne

Staring: Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz, Hong Chau

In the near future a group of scientists discover a way to shrink both animals and humans to the height of roughly 5 inches, spawning new small communities across the world, whilst helping the environment by vastly reducing the amount of waste produced. 444 more words

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Retroactively Nominating Gone Girl for Best Picture (Spoiler-free)

The folks at Icy Schemes Headquarters watched David Fincher’s Gone Girl last night.  Among the six of us, only I had seen it before.  And regardless of what the haters say, my second watch allows me to confirm that this film was deprived of a shot at immortality.   608 more words

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