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Ghostbusters: Very hard to wash off

There’s been misogynist uproar, there’s been apprehension over the ability of the film to live up to the lauded original, and then there’s been horror at the quality of the first trailer. Now Ghostbusters has landed and I wish I ...

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The Jungle Book

Here we have a new version of The Jungle Book: part of an initiative from the House of Mouse to bring new renditions of their classic films to younger audiences. With the sad retirement of their traditional animation studio, Disney ...

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St. Vincent: Love thy neighbour

I’m not really sure what I expected of St. Vincent. Anything with Bill Murray in these days is at least interesting, so I wanted to see it. But the trailer didn’t give all that much away about what the film ...

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Nostalgic Impulse: Ghostbusters

There are some films that will stay with us until the day we die. The reasons for their lasting impact can vary widely, but we know that we love them and that’s all that matters. Ghostbusters is one of those ...

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The changing nature of time travel stories

The distinction between past, present, and future is only an illusion, however persistent. Albert Einstein When I was young, I had a lot of trouble sleeping. My parents tried everything – from soothing music to almost meditation techniques, I was ...

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