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Daily Archives: December 14, 2015

There’s a lot of talk every time critics and reviewers get a movie “wrong”. Search for lists of unsung great classics that were panned by critics and you’ll find many – but how about when the audience don’t really get the spirit of a film? We, as spectators, are as subject to making mistakes of judgement as professional critics are…. Read more »

14 December 2015 | Features, Film Lists

Removing ourselves a little from the usual cliché in Hollywood where the cast is a man and a woman and they fall in love and we all know the rest, this list is about male duos in movies. From best buddies to sworn enemies, male duos that made history with their amazing performances are hundreds, so if your favorite isn’t… Read more »

14 December 2015 | Features, Other Lists

Over the history of cinema, countless films have featured a huge emphasis on a meticulously crafted production design that aims to not only surprise viewers, but intends to present viewers with hidden meanings, motifs, and symbolism through the use of elements like color, location and camera angles. These films try to be unique with features that manage to be notable… Read more »

14 December 2015 | Features, Film Lists

On the evening of July 27th 2012, Danny Boyle directed the London Olympics Opening Ceremony and it was in full swing. It was a night when everyone on that small island felt proud to be British. During the event, an endearing love letter to British cinema was amongst several stunning set pieces depicting local heritage and traditions. The ceremony gave… Read more »

14 December 2015 | Features, Film Lists