In Defense of the Happy Ending: Alice Wu and LGBTQ+ Movies

In Defense of the Happy Ending: Alice Wu and LGBTQ+ Movies

For so long, Hollywood has made it seem like only white, cisgender, non-disabled, heterosexual people fall in love. The films of Alice Wu offer condolence for those outside of that box. Essay by Tina Kakadelis.

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The Bubble (2022) Review

The Bubble (2022) Review

2022 Judd Apatow comedy ‘The Bubble’, released by Netflix and starring an ensemble of stars led by Karen Gillan, parodies the entertainment industry’s response to the pandemic. Nick Armstrong reviews.

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How ‘The Worst Person in the World’ Redefines Romantic Cinema

How ‘The Worst Person in the World’ Redefines Romantic Cinema

How Joachim Trier rewrites the rules of silver screen romance to create one of the best romantic dramas of recent years, ‘The Worst Person in the World’. Essay by Rehana Nurmahi.

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‘Liar Liar’ at 25 – Review

‘Liar Liar’ at 25 – Review

‘Liar Liar’, the 1997 comedy hit, celebrates 25 years since its release on the big screen in 2022, and it remains one of Jim Carrey’s great performances. Jamie Garwood reviews.

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10 Best Spider-Man: No Way Home Moments

10 Best Spider-Man: No Way Home Moments

The 10 best moments from 2021’s biggest box office hit, the MCU-adjacent multiverse-spanning ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, from the big twists to those cameos. List by Jake Gill.

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‘Wanderlust’ and Its ‘Bizarro Cut’ at 10: How David Wain Split His Sensibility in Two for the Studio System

‘Wanderlust’ and Its ‘Bizarro Cut’ at 10: How David Wain Split His Sensibility in Two for the Studio System

10 years on from the release of David Wain’s cult comedy ‘Wanderlust’, starring Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, its ‘Bizarro Cut’ remains transparent about the comedy process. Essay by Nicholas Armstrong.

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‘Wayne’s World’ at 30 – Review

‘Wayne’s World’ at 30 – Review

Wayne Campbell went from Saturday Night Live to the big screen 30 years ago, Mike Myers starring and co-writing ‘Wayne’s World’ (1992). Retrospective review by Jamie Garwood.

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Little Women Is the Ultimate Christmas Film, Actually

Little Women Is the Ultimate Christmas Film, Actually

Greta Gerwig’s ‘Little Women’ (2019) starring Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh and more, is the ultimate Christmas film, even if it’s arguably not even a Christmas film at all. Rehana Nurmahi explains.

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There’s No Place like St. Louis at Christmas

There’s No Place like St. Louis at Christmas

If ‘The Wizard of Oz’ taught us that there’s no place like home, ‘Meet Me in St. Louis’ taught us that, actually, there’s no place like St. Louis. Essay by Margaret Roarty.

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10 Best Love Actually Moments

10 Best Love Actually Moments

The 10 best moments from Richard Curtis Christmas film ‘Love Actually’ starring Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Bill Nighy and a host of famous British names. List by Gala Woolley.

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