The Sound of Music (1965) Review

The Sound of Music (1965) Review

Acclaimed movie musical ‘The Sound of Music’ (1965), Robert Wise’s Oscars Best Picture winner starring Julie Andrews, is a memorable gem that never loses its staying power. Review by Alannah Purslow.

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Nimona (2023) Review

Nimona (2023) Review

You’ve never seen anything quite like Netflix’s Oscars Animated Feature nominee ‘Nimona’ (2023), a film that deserves recognition for its own form of greatness. Review by Lamorna Peake.

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The Wizard of Oz (1939) Review

The Wizard of Oz (1939) Review

‘The Wizard of Oz’ (1939) remains an impressive filmmaking achievement almost a century on from its release. Victor Fleming directs Judy Garland in timeless technicolour. Review by Clotilde Chinnici.

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10 Best Popeye Moments

10 Best Popeye Moments

The 10 best moments from ‘Popeye’ (1980), Disney’s first live-action film and the debut feature role of Robin Williams. Robert Altman directs food fights and more. List by Holly Carter.

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STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie (2023) Review

STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie (2023) Review

BAFTA-nominated documentary ‘STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie’ (2023) is the story of the ‘Back to the Future’ star’s life in his own words. A film that provides some life lessons. Review by Rob Jones.

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Chasing the Present in ‘Before Sunset’

Chasing the Present in ‘Before Sunset’

Richard Linklater’s middle entry into his Before Trilogy, ‘Before Sunset’ (2004) is about attempting to live in the present. Here’s how it achieves that. Essay by Kyra Lieberman.

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The Academy Has Failed Animation (Again)

The Academy Has Failed Animation (Again)

The medium of animation is snubbed by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences every Oscars season. In 2024, animated film has been failed again. Essay by Munir Abedrabbo C.

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Society of the Snow (2023) Review

Society of the Snow (2023) Review

‘Society of the Snow’ (2023), the Oscar-nominated Netflix Original from J.A. Bayona based on a true story of survival, is an unforgettable film about humanity. Review by Kyra Lieberman.

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The Transformative Impact of Teachers on the Protagonists of 21st Century Coming-Of-Age Films

The Transformative Impact of Teachers on the Protagonists of 21st Century Coming-Of-Age Films

Mr Hunnam’s impact on his student Angus Tully in ‘The Holdovers’ is just one of a number of examples of teachers acting as key guiding figures in coming-of-age film. Essay by Cat Searcey.

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