Attempting to adapt any Stephen King story is a perilous task. But for one as iconic as It, it’s near impossible.
And with It’s numerous behind-the-scene bust ups and exits, is it even possible for director Andrés Muschietti to create a good, perhaps, even great, film?
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The first four episodes of The Defenders reviewed…
We’ve waited a while for this. Ever since the first of the Netflix Marvel shows (Daredevil in 2013) we’ve known this will be where it all eventually ends up. So, the big question is, was it all worth it?
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So far so good; 2017 is shaping up to be pretty fantastic year for cinema. Sure there’s been some duds but there’s also been some sure-to-be future classics too.
Perhaps most surprisingly though is the fact that a lot of these aren’t coming from the usual avant-garde places, but rather from big bad Hollywood.
Read on, tell me if you agree with my picks, and let me know what your favourite films of 2017 have been!
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The superb third entry into the new Planet of the Apes series blows even the fantastic Dawn of the Planet of the Apes out of the water.
There’s action, drama, humour – but Matt Reeves’ fantastic ape character study is not your usual summer tentpole sci-fi flick.
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After his scene-stealing appearance in Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man gets his own film. About time! Said no one, this being the character’s 6th solo film.
Have director Jon Watts (Cop Car) and star Tom Holland done enough to differentiate themselves from previous incarnations of the famous wall crawler?
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Edgar Wright’s latest film is his best yet. Part action film, part musical, it’s a genre bending tour de force from the director and possibly the best film of the year.
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Classic Doctor Who writer Rona Munro is behind this weeks episode ‘The Eaters of Light’. Featuring Roman centurions, Celtic warriors, light devouring beasts, and the fabulous Nardole, do all the elements come together to create a good episode?
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