In Part 2 of her ‘Movies I Had A Religious/Spiritual Experience With’ series, Katie Doyle outlines three more films that have had a profound effect on her faith and spirituality.
What happened to ‘The Breakfast Club’? Take a look at what happened to Molly Ringwald, Judd Nelson and company in the decades following their iconic performances.
John Candy’s iconic performance in ‘Uncle Buck’ has been analysed by Catherine Giggal in this special feature.
A retrospective look at ‘School of Rock’ (2003) has been written by Joseph Wade, who argues that Richard Linklater’s ode to Rock ‘n’ Roll is grossly overlooked.
Three of the top fan theories regarding Disney Pixar’s ‘Toy Story’ trilogy have been presented by Jack Gooding in this special feature.
Read about why Terry Gilliam’s ‘Brazil’ (1985) is “a cut above the rest” in Katie Doyle’s opinion, here.
In many respects, the X-Men franchise spawned the age of the superhero movie as its release signalled a shift from one-off action movies and 3-4 film franchises to Universes filled with vast arrays of intellectual property that could be auctioned off across a multitude of platforms. In the year 2000, when the first X-Men movie was released, developing CGI was able to bring characters to life that had previously been confined to the pages of comic books or the imaginations of Marvel's readers, and with the recent send-off of perhaps the most beloved of all of these...