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The Disappearing Line Between Movies and TV

Article by: Josh Bradley In May, HBO’s five-part miniseries Chernobyl premiered to rave reviews, inspired some of the dumbest Instagrams you will ever see, and for a moment became the highest-rated TV show on IMDb, topping juggernauts like Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, and The Wire (it has since fallen to #4,

Movie Review: Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood

Article by: Anthony Florez   It's difficult to put a thumb on Tarantino's latest orgiastic celebration of 1960s film culture in Los Angeles. It's at times a period drama, a black comedy, a western, all while never failing to be as meta as anything that's come before and that's saying something considering

Movie Review: The Lion King (2019)

Article by: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   The latest in Disney’s ‘reimagining’s’,The Lion King brings the '90s classic back to the big screen, with more life than could have ever been expected. Directed by Jon Favreau, the story is one you know and love. This is Hamlet set in the wilds of Africa, and explores the

Movie Review: Rocketman

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   It’s a story that’s been told many times before: the rock ‘n’ roll god who loses himself to his most debased senses. What's different in Dexter Fletcher's Rocketman is that even in the lowest of the low moments, stunning visuals provide a warmth to the film and

When Casino Games Have Become TV Shows

The casino industry is one of the biggest in global economics and it is expected to continue growing. It is perhaps because of how popular gambling is globally that television channels and production companies have produced game shows based on gambling. The lure of being able to win big prizes while

Movie Review – Avengers: Endgame

Article by: J.C. De Leon   The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been one of the most epic film franchises ever. 11 years, 22 movies. To put that into perspective, the James Bond franchise is still one of the largest movies franchises in terms of number of entries at 25, but it’s taken

Movie Review: Captain Marvel

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli   While there have been plenty of strong female characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, none have helmed their own film. They’ve all been either supporting characters in someone else’s origin tale, or part of the crew in a team-up showcase. With Captain Marvel, this has finally become

Movie Review: Us

Article by: J.C. De Leon     Before 2017, Jordan Peele was someone that you would rightly associate with comedic genius. He does an amazing Barack Obama impersonation and when partnered with Keegan Michael-Key, no one could doubt the potential of any of their joint projects. When word came round that Jordan Peele

Predictions: The 91st Academy Awards

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli  Oh, what a strange year it has been for the illustrious Academy. They have had controversial choice after controversial choice, not just in its nominees but also in the ceremony itself. Will they have a host? Will there be some categories that don’t receive their due and are

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