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FEATURE | Love / Hate Movies

— ‘Only God Forgives makes it UAE debut across cinemas this week – but it’s been one of the most opinion-dividing films of recent years. We reveal some of the other biggest love-hate movies out there.’ — Read my feature on the five biggest movies you either love or hate – no in-between! – ahead of … Continue reading

Top 50 Films of 2012

— 2012 was a year of anticipation: in twelve brief months, we expected the arrival of some of the biggest films cinema has ever known. Avengers Assemble, Prometheus, The Dark Knight Rises, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. As the months progressed, it was clear that documentaries were having a strong year with The Imposter, Marley and West of … Continue reading

FILM JOURNAL | June 2012

I look back at the films I watched through the previous month, whether they were brand new in the cinema or simply new to me. Here are my thoughts.   June was an incredible improvement over May – I watched so many films, my eyeballs almost exploded (true story. Maybe I’ll tell you sometime). There … Continue reading

Too Much, Too Soon: Is Over-Marketing Killing the Movies?

Read my thoughts on oversaturation in the marketing of movies, including The Amazing Spiderman and Prometheus, here at Guestlist Network.

REVIEW | Prometheus

Prometheus has landed. — IN A YEAR which sees in Avengers Assemble, The Dark Knight Rises and the first instalment of The Hobbit, the tag of most-anticipated movie is going to be a tough one to nab. Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, the (possible) prequel to his 1979 sci-fi horror classic Alien, most likely wears that crown, … Continue reading

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