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Intimacy and Vulnerability: Bill and Frank in The Last of Us

Note: Spoilers for the first half of the episode The Last of Us has recently taken fans by surprise once again — and this time, it’s not through a fungus-filled…

Movies about Movies: Why Can’t They Save Cinema?

Movies and cinema are terms that are often conflated. In reality, however, they are truly different. A movie is a series of static images shown at a specific frequency, creating…

A Tale of Two Donkeys

Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski’s new film EO is in many ways a fairly eclectic brew of influences, but its most obvious forebearer is Robert Bresson’s 1966 film Au Hasard Balthazar,…

Review: Avatar: The Way of Water

In the run-up to The Way of Water’s release online discourse seemed to focus on how, despite being the highest grossing film of all time, Avatar has no cultural impact.…

Is Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop adaptation doomed from the start?

There is something about a live action anime adaptation that people can’t quite seem to get right. The track record over the last few years is less spotty and more…

Marvel produces real cinema

When someone asks you about the greatest cinematic accomplishments of all time, I doubt the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the first thing that comes to mind. Despite the MCU’s ceaseless…

Matthew McConaughey: heart-throb, movie star, Oscar winner,… governor of Texas?

It’d be crazy, of course, for a high-profile figure from the world of entertainment to suddenly and successfully transition into politics, and even crazier for them to reach the highest…

Chloe Zhao’s milestone in film history

At at a time clouded by hate and by othering, the news of Chloe Zhao being the first Asian woman to win best director at the Golden Globes, brings hope.…