Game of Thrones: Cultural Victory or Creative Triumph?
Game of Thrones finally took out the Emmy for Outstanding Drama at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards a fortnight ago, beating back competitors of great quality in the process. But While Thrones has become a cultural phenomenon, sitting atop its own throne ahead of all others as HBO’s most successful drama, is its 2015 success deserved?
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The Martian - A Return to Space, and Form, for Ridley Scott
After the severely underwhelming Exodus: Gods and Kings, Ridley Scott returns to space, a place he has had much success in over his illustrious career. Bringing more big names along with him, this latest project pairs him with Matt Damon, who delivers on all fronts as the sympathetic and engaging Mark Watney, the botanist astronaut at the center of this riveting survival story.
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Bill - More Blackadder than children's television.
The biggest difficulty any film based on a TV series will always have, is justifying its big screen existence. Bill, a comedy from the stars of CBBC’s hugely successful Horrible Histories series, justifies its place in the cinema within its first ten minutes.
Mistress America - Baumbach and Gerwig have done it again.
The second of Noah Baumbach’s films to be released this year, Mistress America sees him team up with Frances Ha collaborator, Greta Gerwig, once again. Set in New York, the film introduces us to Tracy, an eighteen-year old student and budding author who has recently moved to the city.
Orson Welles Season: 74 years on, is Citizen Kane still the greatest film ever made?
In 1939, Orson Welles, star of the theatre and the radio – arguably most famous for his War of The Worlds broadcast, that instigated mass panic when listeners thought the reports of invasion were real – was approached by Hollywood to make a movie.