In the 92 years that The Academy has been projecting, its a little late to the game with a museum, however it is a welcomed and exciting chapter for cinematic history in Hollywood. Stepping of a twelve hour Virgin flight from London’s Heathrow to Los Angeles last year, the feeling of buzz and the smell … More An update on the Academy Awards museum coming to Los Angeles in April 2021
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) The Dead Poets Society (1989) Rear Window (1954) Barefoot in the Park (1967) The Graduate (1967) The Kings of Summer (2013) Little Women (2019) Snow White (1937) Guys and Dolls (1955) Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) Pride and Prejudice (2005) The Princess Diaries (2001) Edward Scissorhands (1990) Four … More 50 Random Films You’ll Love (Including one inspired by this photo!)
With just three months to go until Disney launch their fancy new streaming service; Disney plus, its important to break down the effects this will have on pre-standing services such as Amazon Prime video and Netflix. Where exactly will this service, place companies in the ‘race’ to consumerism media? … More What impact will Disney+ have on the future of online streaming?
A fairly charming little film, Yesterday (2019) tells the classic tale of wanting it all, and finding that it doesn’t come without consequences. Directed by Danny Boyle and written by Richard Curtis, Yesterday was entertaining, fun and vibrant but it did have some flaws. After an electrical storm where all the lights over the world … More Yesterday (2019) Review – 4/5
It is not rare to associate films and music as a partnership. They complement each other in ways far more complicated than we appreciate. The current influx of musical biopic films on the surface seems good, but I find myself asking the question, why? Now this is not to be confused with musicals (A celebration … More Is the music industry the current theme in cinema?
I was first introduced to an Ealing Comedy by my Grandfather, although I didn’t take much interest in it then, it wasn’t until I was at Sixth form that I truly understood the appeal of such films in their distinctive and explorative whimsical plots. Ealing Studios was first established in 1902 when Will Barker bought … More Ealing Comedies – Ten years of golden British cinema (Passport to Pimlico & Kind Hearts and Coronets)
The gap in the market for a quirky indie zombie film had already been long filled by box office hits such as Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Zombieland (2009), of which the later has a squeal coming out this summer. So what made Jim Jarmusch feel the need to release another? Well, for starters … More Cannes 2019: The Dead Don’t Die – Review – 3/5