The tragic hero archetype is much less compelling when 99% of all the heroes we see on screen are using it. Which is why it was so refreshing to see that Kamala’s journey as a hero is a wholesome one.
This is the promise that Dune: Part One has made — a promise that fans will be patiently waiting for to be fulfilled, a deeper dive into the coarse-yet-beautiful world that Frank Herbert has created, retold in the silver screen.
When people cheer for the death of movie theaters, they think they’re going to get the next Avengers, Star Wars, in their living room. But what you’re probably going to get is the next Trolls sequel, and some low-budget action flicks because no studio in their right mind is going to spend $250 million for a movie to put it in streaming, that’s financial suicide.
It’s that time of the year again folks. The Oscars is upon us, and to our surprise the nominations has people squabbling over which films were snubbed, overhyped, and so on… But as ridiculous as it is, debating about which movies deserved to be awarded or not is essentially the fuel of film discourse, so…
Who will win, and who should win…?
Some of these films just shine brighter than others & sticks with you till the end of the year. Let’s talk about them shall we?
The Man of Steel has been through a lot, and that’s saying something…
Featuring a premise that seeks to shatter an archaic perception that we’ve had for far too long. I Feel Pretty is bold, witty albeit flawed.
A look back to the exceptional films that are up for this year’s Best Picture award!