Hair Love – Oscar Nominated Animated Short Review

Hair Love – Oscar Nominated Animated Short Review

From Sony Pictures Animation, the Oscar nominee about a little girl with big hair, ‘Hair Love’, from writer-director Matthew A. Cherry and starring Issa Rae, reviewed.

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Sony Pictures Animation Movies Ranked

Sony Pictures Animation Movies Ranked

From their first release ‘Open Season’ to ‘The Angry Birds Movie 2’, ‘Surf’s Up’ to ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’, here are Sony Pictures Animation Movies Ranked (from worst to best).

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New Lady Gaga Project, Jodie Foster Returns to Acting, New Spider-Verse Movie, Star Wars News, More

New Lady Gaga Project, Jodie Foster Returns to Acting, New Spider-Verse Movie, Star Wars News, More

All of the week’s top movie news leading up to November 3rd including a new Lady Gaga/Ridley Scott project, lots of ‘Star Wars’ news, Ant-Man 3 update and much more.

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Spider-Man Movies Ranked

Spider-Man Movies Ranked

Each feature-length, theatrically released Spider-Man movie, from ‘Spider-Man’ (2002) to ‘Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019), ranked from worst to best by Joseph Wade.

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The Emoji Movie (2017) Review

The Emoji Movie (2017) Review

“The Emoji Movie is a legendarily bad film”, but is it worth all of the vitriol? Jacob Davis explores in his review of the Sony Pictures Animation movie, here.

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2018 Superhero Movies Ranked

2018 Superhero Movies Ranked

From Aquaman to Spider-Man, Black Panther to Infinity War, 2018 has been quite the year for superhero movies. Joseph Wade ranks each of them here.

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Aquaman v Spider-Verse | Box Office Report 14-16th Dec 2018

Aquaman v Spider-Verse | Box Office Report 14-16th Dec 2018

Aquaman and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse went head-to-head for the top spot at the UK Box Office this week. Full weekly breakdown and report here.

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Review

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Review

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ (2018) is an “electric, atmospheric, festival of colour” and “may even be the best superhero film of 2018” according to Joseph Wade.

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