But Just How Gay is ‘The Lighthouse'(2019)?

God is the ultimate Daddy in the film noir horror, The Lighthouse.

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The Lasting Legacy of Tom Hanks

Fred Rogers was a positive and heavily likeable personality who made a great impact on those who watched Mister Rogers’ Neighbourhood. It is extremely fitting that Tom Hanks would play this role with his past of likeable characters.

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A Love Letter to my Childhood: ‘High School Musical’ (2006)

High School Musical tells the stories of six starkly different teenagers and how it unites them all in their passion for music, breaking through the status quo.

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Eve’s Bayou (1997) is a Timeless Southern Gothic That Gives a Platform for Black Women

Southern Gothic is a sub-genre of fiction that takes place in the American South and that focuses on “grotesque themes”, “damaged, and delusional characters,” with hints of darkness and the supernatural. It also acts as the over-arching theme of Eve’s Bayou (1997), which looks into the façade of an African-American family, living deep in the…

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Young Soul Rebel: A Roadmap to the Cinema of Isaac Julien

Isaac Julien defies every stereotype of British cinema and strives to challenge struggles that are ongoing even today.

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Marta is the Key to Why ‘Knives Out’ (2020) is so Brilliant

The key ingredient with Knives Out, however, is its protagonist: Marta (Ana de Armas).

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The Machines Will Save Us: Robots, Artificial Intelligence and Eco-Fiction

Despite the classic world-dominating artificial intelligence trope, eco-fiction frequently portrays machines as our eventual saviours

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Hitting Zero: How ‘Cheer’ Uses Its Cheerleaders to Re-Invent Its Narrative

Cheer allows Daytona to be more than just the observation it had been up until this point, turning it into a participation between subject and crew that makes this docu-series much more personal.

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