Ready Player One (2018) Snapshot Review

Ready Player One (2018) Snapshot Review

Joseph Wade has described Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ (2018) as “one of the best teenage adventure movies of the past 20 years” and “an instant family classic” in his spoiler free review of the Tye Sheridan movie, here.

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A Retrospective Look at The Passion of the Christ and Its Artistic/Cultural Merits

A Retrospective Look at The Passion of the Christ and Its Artistic/Cultural Merits

In this eye-opening piece of analysis, Katie Doyle takes an in-depth look at ‘The Passion of the Christ’ as a piece of art and a cultural phenomenon, flagging issues regarding discrimination and the movie’s post-9/11 politics.

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Dark River (2018) Review

Dark River (2018) Review

Clio Barnard’s ‘Dark River’ focuses on “universal themes of womanhood, hunter versus hunted, righteousness versus evil and the way of nature versus god in a way comparable to the works of one of the silver screen’s greatest ever poets, Terrence Malick” in what Joseph Wade describes as a film that “must be seen by anyone who wishes to support this art form we know and love” in his review.

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The Post (2018) Review

The Post (2018) Review

Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Post’ (2018) “abandons obvious extravagance to focus its tightly knit story on the nuggets of wonder we can find in the pursuit of truth, those we consider to be truth seekers, and the very idea of truth itself.” Joseph Wade’s review…

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Darkest Hour (2018) Review

Darkest Hour (2018) Review

‘Darkest Hour’ (2018) is “so anti-Europe and pro-war that only in 2018 could a film such as this have been made” according to Joseph Wade’s review of the Joe Wright movie starring Gary Oldman, available here.

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Female Directed Films in 2018: January – March

Female Directed Films in 2018: January – March

Filminine’s Vicky Wheeler breaks down the top female-directed films that you should see in January, February and March 2018, including ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ and ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’, here.

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Katie Doyle’s ‘Movies I had a Religious/Spiritual Experience With’ Part 1

Katie Doyle’s ‘Movies I had a Religious/Spiritual Experience With’ Part 1

A person’s faith can have a profound effect on their cinema watching experience and, sometimes, the cinema watching experience can have a profound effect on a person’s faith. Katie Doyle’s journey through cinema has been bullet pointed by such moments. In this piece, the first of two articles, she outlines three movies she had a spiritual experience with.

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