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Assassin’s Creed: a film confused by its Gnostic roots

Part of my occasional series on mystical and gnostic themes in Film & TV. The film adaptation of the Ubisoft game Assassin’s Creed had some intriguing possibilities in its mythology so I checked it out. 2,636 more words


"I guess I'll see you in the movies": La La Land Review

Unlike other genres of film, pulling off a classic musical means simply abiding by one simple formula:

Great Songs + Great Dance + Dynamic Characters… 1,066 more words

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Bryan Cranston on what it's like to be an 'analog man in a digital world'

It’s check-the-boyfriend and impress-the-dad in Why Him?, a family comedy starring James Franco, Bryan Cranston, Megan Mullally, Zoey Deutch and Griffin Gluck.

Why Him? 518 more words

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Asa Butterfield is the boy from Mars in 'The Space Between Us'

Two of the fastest rising stars in the millennial era, Britt Robertson and Asa Butterfield who starred in blockbuster movies Tomorrowland and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children… 232 more words

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Ryan Phillippe: The last Nineties heartthrob standing

What did it take to be a heartthrob in the ‘90s? The qualifications were polarizing. On one hand, there’s Freddie Prinze Jr., the squeaky clean nice guy who will promise to be with you even… 696 more words

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On Screen: The Importance of Film & TV

Film & TV is a realm often misunderstood. Of course, both styles of storytelling are forms of entertainment, and of course they therefore have a clear purpose; to entertain (I know, that’s obvious). 372 more words

Endeavour - Fugue

Come, friends, gather. Tonight we sing the praises of Endeavour.

Welcome to my favourite episode of Season One, Fugue, and of course it is focused on music. 1,164 more words