As directed by relative newcomer Gareth Edwards, we are left with a question: Is Rogue One a political film or not? As it turns out, it is and it’s a welcome thematic element to add to the Star Wars universe, something which — much like the film itself — we didn’t know we needed until we got it.
By: Daniel Reynolds To see all of the Same Page’s Summer Sight and Sound series–a look at the biggest films of each decade from 1975 on–check here. ————– After he was announced […]
By: Daniel Reynolds We can admit the Pixar name has lost a bit of its lustre in the past five years. This is relatively speaking of course – all of […]
By: Susan Howse Tomorrowland is not going to make very much money during its run at the box office. It lacks the explosive draw of super hero films, the cuteness […]
By: Daniel Reynolds In popular culture – in popular film culture – there are no sacred cows. I don’t mean to disillusion you but there it is. Your common citizen, your […]
By: Daniel Reynolds Hey, remember when the Farrelly brothers were a thing? Yeah you do. It was around that time in the late 90s (a crazy time, really) when they […]
By: Daniel Reynolds There was a time there, I was probably around 13, when reading Star Wars novels seemed perfectly reasonable to me. You could (and still can!) jump into […]