The 4th instalment of ‘The Purge’ franchise has hit cinemas. It’s a film with a great concept, although it doesn’t always execute it in a successful way. Continue reading “The First Purge”
Today marks the UK release of Avengers: Infinity War featuring some of the most well-known names in Hollywood.
Is Isle of Dogs Cultural Appropriation? No its just mongoloid journalists writing clickbait articles.
Ever since the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, there has been plenty of anticipation surrounding the standalone anthologies. Continue reading “Solo: A Star Wars Blunder?”
Since 2004, when Mark Zuckerberg launched the first ever mainstream social media site: Facebook. The world has been absorbed into a frenzy of hashtags, memes and a constant craving for likes. Only recently, in the past few years, have sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat been used as an online auction site, where brands can advertise and sell their clothes.
Eugenius is an 80’s themed musical which looks at the life of a geek and his dreams to produce a comic book called “Tough Man”. The musical plays on ideas of Hollywood in the 80’s and the classic tale of geek to hero.
Matt Damon stars as the lead in this wacky comedy about a new development in science allowing people to shrink themselves.
In 2002 we were graced with Sam Raimi’s Spider-man trilogy. This has been the starting point for the films of the Comic character that Marvel never wanted to produce.
In five to ten years times I believe the sequels of the original Star Wars trilogy will be met with the same (if not more) scorn as George Lucas’s infamous prequel trilogy. And the 8th episode of the series is reason enough to believe so.
Planet of the Apes. A franchise which dates back to the late 60’s, has accumulated 9 films ranging from remakes to prequels. I’m not going to discuss the inadequate trilogy of prequels which comes from our friends at LucasFilm, but instead the good, in places.
Earlier this week the trailer for Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War was dropped, with a little over 5 months to go before the release of the movie.
Shutter Island is a masterpiece most said Leonardo DiCaprio should have received his first Oscar for. His performance, along with well-placed shots, makes the viewer feel as though they are U.S. Marshal Edward “Teddy” Daniels. It isn’t until the twist comes into play that the viewer begins to feel like DiCaprio’s other self, Andrew Laeddis which causes confusion to the film. During the final discussion between Edward and Dr. John Cawley it is seen as though we are given all of the answers for a fully explained ending which makes for one of the greatest twists in cinema history; but what if Edward actually is Edward “Teddy” Daniels and not Andrew Laeddis? Here are some explanations to the theory:
Blade runner 2049 is possibly one of the best sequels ever produced and is going to be the best film of 2017. While also being a movie that did not need to have been made in the first place.
If there is a way to make big bucks in Hollywood, its to make a sequel to a film franchise so old that most kids in the targeted demographic range have never heard of it.