Movies about Africa — a Top Ten List
September 22nd, 2008

It’s been called everything from the savage continent to the New World. Spread over 30 million square kilometres, it has virtually every landscape and climate, life form and geopolitical society known to humankind. Is there any wonder our fascination with Africa never runs out?

September 11 Changed Nothing
April 12th, 2003

Remember all the movies that got altered, delayed or canned altogether because of September 11? The fallout from the US terrorist attacks was felt in Hollywood as much as anywhere else.


The Blockbuster Backlash
June 1st, 2002

The New Blockbuster had varying levels of depth of story, believability of character or directing/cinematographic talent, but they were characterised by one thing; computer effects that — when their results appeared on screen — thrilled us like nothing had before.

TF Classic: Airplane!
May 31st, 2016

In one of the film’s many classic sight gags, the nun (Maureen McGovern) on Trans American flight 209 is reading a magazine called Boy’s Life. The film then cuts to little Joey (Rossie Harris) reading a magazine called Nun’s Life, which shows a nun in full habit on the cover, riding a surfboard off the waters of Malibu.


Batman Ends
July 25th, 2012

Laugh all you want at the leaked recording of Christian Bale freaking out at cinematographer Shane Hurlbutt on the set of Terminator: Salvation – Bale is an intense man. During the interview, he barely smiled, staring at the table or into his hands, barely masking disdain for the whole press junket process and looking like he’d rather be anywhere else.

Artificial Intelligence – a Top Ten LIst
August 1st, 2008

It’s human nature — since time immemorial we’ve attributed human characteristics to everything around us. From the Freudian (so we don’t feel so alone in the universe) to the commercial (Pixar’s box office hauls), the reasons why pop culture is full of human-like intelligence are endless.






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April 10th, 2012

The End of Film The prophets are very vocal as they try to convince us digital's ...
September 1st, 2005

Hollywood Hype and the New Critic Like the recession we had to have, Hollywood will get a lot ...
September 1st, 2003

Flags of Our Fathers Directed by Clint Eastwood Starring Jesse Bradford, Adam Beach, Barry Pepper, Paul Walker, ...
December 19th, 2006

Classic Scene: 2001, A Space Odyssey Though full of grandiose sequences, it's the little things that make Kubrick's ...
April 10th, 2012

This Means War Guillermo Del Toro is nowhere to be seen. He's under a large ...
July 30th, 2013


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