5 Classic Movies To Watch In 2024

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A good film, like any piece of art, is timeless. Its story, characters, themes, and performances have the ability to transcend time. It can not only be enjoyed and resonate emotionally, but also be actively relevant, irrespective of the calendar year. Even though the technology surrounding filmmaking is constantly evolving, and the industry has grown … Read more

3 Reasons Why Dragon Ball Z Is So Difficult To Translate To Live-Action

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As a lifelong Dragon Ball fan, you can imagine how distraught I was when hearing the tragic news of Akira Toriyama’s sudden passing last month. The news struck fans across the globe, with millions taking to comment sections, forums, and anywhere else around the inter-webs to share their personal stories of just how much the … Read more

Lily Gladstone & The Infuriating (Yet Unsurprising) Snubs By The Oscars

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When the clock hit 7:00pm EST on March 10th, 2024, marking the time that the 96th Academy Awards were about to commence, my wife and I made the gametime decision to not endure the next four-or-so hours watching Jimmy Kimmel being his ever-so bland self, while also inevitably fuming at many of the winners of … Read more

How OpenAI’s “Sora” Affects The Future of Filmmaking


Last month, the creators of ChatGPT, OpenAI, announced their next big project in artificial intelligence. Titled “Sora,” the program is a text-to-video generation model that is capable of outputting short videos from a basic one or two line prompt. The results, at least the ones OpenAI chose to present, are shockingly accurate if not outright … Read more

Questioning The “Miscasting” Of Pedro Pascal As Mr. Fantastic

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A couple weeks ago, via a post on X, Marvel Studios shared the quartet of actors that will be donning the classic blue costumes of the beloved “First Family” in their upcoming Fantastic Four film, which is slated to release in the summer of next year. The post, which was uploaded on Valentine’s Day, was … Read more

Apple’s Trillions Can Keep Funding Their Billion Dollar Busts

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When Bloomberg reported last spring that tech giant Apple Inc. had plans to spend $1 billion a year to produce films that would release in theatres as a way to market them, my initial reaction was the same as when it was announced that the Cupertino-based company had achieved a valuation of $1 trillion back … Read more

Apple Vision Pro And The Future Of Watching Movies In VR

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Ever since I can remember I’ve dreamt of having a movie theatre at home. A large, gorgeous screen paired with a high-end sound system to enjoy my favourite films and video games in the most immersive way possible, all from the comfort of my living room. Unfortunately, that dream has yet to come to fruition … Read more

“Oppenheimer” Is Going To Take The Oscars By Storm…Unfortunately


Hollywood awards season is upon us, and with it comes a flurry of predictions from cinephiles and industry journalists alike for which film will be taking the illustrious “Best Picture” trophy at this year’s Academy Awards. If you haven’t been paying attention, Christopher Nolan’s biographical thriller about “the father of the atomic bomb,” Oppenheimer, has … Read more

The Beautiful Yet Disjointed Film That Is “The Boy and the Heron”

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Ten years ago, legendary filmmaker and mangaka Hayao Miyazaki announced that he would be retiring from directing feature films, bringing his illustrious fifty year career in animation to an end. This retirement would be short-lived, however, as it would only be a couple years later that the Spirited Away director would begin work on a … Read more