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The director of 'Whiplash' and 'La La Land' bring his best to this much-anticipated Neil Armstrong biopic

22 July: Netflix dramatises Norway’s darkest day

With 22 July, Paul Greengrass has answered the question of how to convert tragedy into film. In handling the harrowing 2011 Norway attacks that...

‘A Star Is Born’ as Bradley Cooper makes an impressive directorial...

"It's the same story told over and over; all an artist can do is say how they see it"

Bringing Doctor Who out of the past

Regeneration, one of Doctor Who’s most iconic plot ideas, bakes the theme of rebirth in the show’s very DNA, yet it is important to...

Krypton: Reinventing the Superhero genre

By virtue of being a prequel, Krypton already had critics poised to question whether we really needed a TV show exploring Superman’s homeworld. Surely...

The Bodyguard: Recovering from the TV event of the year

It’s not hard to figure out why the nation has been so gripped by The Bodyguard this September. The show is a political thriller...

The appeal of dystopian drama

Why have we produced so many stories about the end of the world as we know it?

Crazy Rich Asians review — a rom-com deserving of the big-screen

Whether it's a landmark in Asian representation on film, a slap in the face to Netflix, or a great romantic-comedy, Crazy Rich Asians can be enjoyed by pretty much anyone

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Hollywood's decisions have become increasingly determined by internet fandoms

The Summer Movie Season: A Retrospective

From the hits to the flops, these are the films that defined this years summer movie season

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