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The Schedule Timetable 102

Whilst discussing my plan for writing posts on this website, myself and the creator, Jack, began discussing Marvel Studio Films. I was namechecking the actors, characters, possible future plotlines, and Jack admitted he didn't know enough the subject. So, for a beginning series, I will be discussing the Marvel Studio Films. Each film will have an individual post dedicated to it, with explanations of plot, c ...

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An Introduction To Sam Preston, 101

Film is an illuminating entry into uncharted territories. It can open up new worlds, introduce new characters, enforce new emotions upon us. Film can open your eyes to unknown subjects, and light up your senses. There are films that can drag tears from your eyes, films that can plaster an unending smile on your face, and can choke a lump in your throat. My name, is Sam Preston, and to me, film is emotion. I ...

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Film Review: Super (2010)

Arriving in the same year as Kick-Ass was always going to be a bit of a problem for James Gunn’s superhero spoof Super. With a vastly inferior budget it wasn’t going to be able to avoid being compared to the film which grossed $95 million more at the box office and it was unfortunately going to end up with some kind of “the indie Kick-Ass” label to boot. Beware though, Super has all that Kick-Ass has to off ...

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Encounters at the End of the World (2008) Review

By Daniel Good As Werner Herzog informs us in his opening sequence, this is no ordinary film about Antarctica. Whilst this film seeks to show us the beauty of the continent alongside the incredible research that is undertaken there, Herzog’s focus lies firmly within his human subjects. It becomes apparent that although people move to Antarctica in the name of discovery, most of what they find is within them ...

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Film Review: The Dark Knight Rises

By Daniel Good The phenomenal success (both critically and commercially) of The Dark Knight was always going to be something of a burden for its follow up. The former set a benchmark in the superhero genre and as the most anticipated film of 2012 there was an awful lot of expectation, the stakes were higher and there was further to fall should it not deliver, but it did. The Dark Knight Rises managed to tak ...

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