REVIEW: ‘Apples’ (2020) a Wonderfully Absurdist Take on Human Existence

While it was ultimately not nominated for the 93rd Academy Awards, Apples is a film that’ll linger in your memory, even long after you’ve forgotten its name.

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The Ethics of Filming Poverty: Who Has a Right to Tell ‘Nomadland’ (2020)?

It is phenomenal that these stories are being told. However, what does it mean if they only tell a partial story, with little condemnation of the system that maintains it? 

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2021 Academy Awards: First-Time Acting Nominees

A few familiar faces are included in the Oscar Nominations— such as Anthony Hopkins, Viola Davis, Glenn Close, and Frances McDormand— but the fresh blood is overwhelming.

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[Between the Lines] Why ‘Palm Springs’ (2020) Should Have Been Nominated for Best Original Screenplay

Without diminishing the nominees, there is one screenplay that should have made the cut.

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‘The King’s Speech’ (2010) at 10: Is it a Perpetual Classic?

The King’s Speech is a decade old in an ever changing industry. Have the old-school charms that brought it massive acclaim also helped it stand the test of time?

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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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REVIEW: ‘Corpus Christi’ (2019) is a Meditation on the Paradoxes of Faith

We all make mistakes, but sometimes those mistakes hurt others, even taking their lives. Do people who hurt others deserves forgiveness?

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Between the Lines: The Screenplay Oscar Nominees

Every year the Oscar nominations invite cinema-goers to debate and argue on whether those nominated are worthy to be honoured.

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Our Five 21st Century LGBT Acting Nominees

With this years number of gay roles being nominated within the acting categories totalling 7, I felt it was worth doing some digging in to the difference between roles played by gay actors and their nominations compared to straight actors for LGBT roles. You probably won’t be surprised to hear that the stats don’t weigh…

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