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Dr. Strange-The Multiverse of Madness, Review: Averse, obverse, inverse, diverse, reverse, converse, traverse, transverse

Dr. Strange-The Multiverse of Madness, Review: Averse, obverse, inverse, diverse, reverse, converse, traverse, transverse Of all the screen movements in Dr. Strange-The Multiverse of Madness, floating and jumping are the main competitive events, closely followed by light rings that are twirled and hurled as weapons by either side. If you can excel in these events, you win the battle. The battle, yes, but the war, no. It is a completely unequal war, with a witch who keeps winning any which way...

Siraj Syed reviews Logan: All Gore

Siraj Syed reviews Logan: All Gore Just when we had begun to think that desensitisation was near complete, and violence in American films held no more depths to plumb, there comes Logan. For its genre, it’s a triumph of sorts. For the distanced critic, his worst fears could have come true. Unless, of course, he turns it into a cathartic but guilty experience. Decapitation with a cap-it-all D is but one of the milder forms of blood and gore strewn across the two hours plus footage of L...

Deadpool, Review: Deaddy Cool

After it was shown to the Central Board of Film Certification in Mumbai last week, I learnt that Deadpool was offered a U/A (under 16 not allowed unless accompanied by adults), if they deleted some content, otherwise the certificate would say A (for Adults Only). The distributors were happy with an A rating, so the content was left intact. But the question that arose then, as it had arisen when I learnt that it was rated R abroad, was why is a super hero comic cartoon character film being rest...

How CGI Became the Main Character in Hollywood Movies & Do We Care?

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent In a Screenwriting Galaxy Far, Far, Away, the Writers Guild Foundation (https://www.wgfoundation.org) once held “Words Into Pictures,” a series of conferences that brightened the years 1997, 1999, and 2002, with debates about everything from character development to story-craft. Around about 1999, David Koepp (writer of Jurassic Park, The Panic Room and more) and Stand By Me’s Rob Reiner got into it over VFX vs Storytelling. &...

Sunscreen film fest podcast 20, with special guest; Chris Wyatt (continued from podcast 19)

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Sunscreen film fest podcast 20, with special guest; Chris Wyatt (Chris is best known for Producing Napoleon Dynamite and being a writer on the Avenger's Animated Series and the Ultimate Spider-man animated Series on Disney XD).  Discussion includes, Avenger's, X-men, Spider-man, Superman, David Hasselhof, Captain America, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, the Rocketeer, and more nerd discussion than you can possibly imagine. Click Here to Watch http://youtu.be/Dp4kZldMnmM Contact...

Sunscreen film fest podcast 19, with special guest; Chris Wyatt

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Sunscreen film fest podcast 19, with special guest; Chris Wyatt (Chris is best known for Producing Napoleon Dynamite and being a writer on the Avenger's Animated Series and the Ultimate Spider-man animated Series on Disney XD).     Click here to watch http://youtu.be/k1J0m5vVLZU Discussion includes, Avenger's, X-men, Spider-man, Superman, David Hasselhof, Captain America, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, the Rocketeer, and more nerd discussion than you can possibly imagine. ...
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