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Birth of a Nation (1915) Last of the Mohicans (1992)

American racism is the evil twin of American cinema.

From the sophisticated westerns of John Ford, perilously close to apologetics for Native American genocide, to the current popularity of the crudely propagandistic American Sniper, everything about American film is saturated with the idea of white supremacy. 1,368 more words


12 Monkeys (1996)

12 Monkeys
Directed by Terry Gilliam
Written by David Webb Peoples and Janet Peoples based on Chris Marker’s film La Jetee
(number 466)

I first watched this movie at the movies in 1996/7 (whenever it got released in NZ) with a bunch of my friends. 707 more words


"Lights, Camera, Take Action On MS" Event Designed To Inspire The MS Community

Madeleine Stowe hopes to inspire and empower the MS Community by taking part in “Lights, Camera, Take Action on MS”. This is an event designed specifically for people living with multiple sclerosis. 87 more words


Sunday Sci-Fi

I never saw the movie 12 Monkeys when it came out back in the 1995.  I had not yet come around to the wonder of Brad Pitt and was pretty damn tired of Bruce Willis.   217 more words

Q&A: 12 Monkeys star Amanda Schull on meeting Madeline Stowe and the legacy of Center Stage

A new, Toronto-shot television adaptation of Terry Gilliam’s time-travelling cult classic 12 Monkeys premieres Jan. 16 on Showcase. Amanda Schull, who stars as virologist Dr. Cassandra Railly, spoke to the Jonathan Dekel about playing a role made famous by Madeline Stowe, appealing to the film’s superfans and how her the popularity of her breakout film Center Stage still shocks her. 507 more words


Matthew eats... Revenge

One of the eternal questions that must haunt writers, producers and TV channel bosses minds is when to axe a hit show. Something that is a ratings smash first time round surely deserves a second offering. 401 more words


Rental: Impostor

This is a movie I chose after swimming in the monotony of my streaming service. You know how that goes, millions of movies that you’ve never heard of. 167 more words