Big surprises, bigger shocks: First half of Indian cinema’s 2022

Big surprises, bigger shocks: First half of Indian cinema’s 2022

A lot of shocks, and some surprises- this pretty much sums up 2022’s half yearly report card. After braving two years of Covid, all eyes were set on whether people were ready to venture out of their homes and visit theaters. It started with Gangubai Kathiawadi, and this team of actor Alia Bhatt and filmmaker … Read more

Chris Hemsworth And Taika Waititi Comically Mock Tom Hiddleston’s Absence From Thor: Love And Thunder: ‘He’s Obviously Dead To Us

Chris Hemsworth And Taika Waititi Comically Mock Tom Hiddleston's Absence From Thor: Love And Thunder: ‘He's Obviously Dead To Us

Few villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe stick around for more than one movie, but Tom Hiddleston’s Loki is a big exception. The character was first introduced in Kenneth Branagh’s Thorand his instant popularity led him to be a part of many more blockbusters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – including The Avengers, Thor: The … Read more

Film Review: GOD’S TIME: NYC Anxiety Cinema At Its Funniest [Tribeca 2022]

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God’s Time Review God’s Time (2022) Movie Review from the 21st Annual Tribeca Film Festivalhas movie written and directed by Daniel Antebistarring Ben Groh, Dion Costelloe, Liz Caribel Sierra, Jared Abrahamson, Segun Akande, Bobby Guarino, Ira Hawkins, Sol Miranda, Manuel Penichet, John Pope, Christiane Seidel, Luisa Sofia, Jonathan Tierney, Susan Torresand Natalie Woolams-Torres. You wouldn’t … Read more

The Marvel Cinematic Universe Needs to Slow Its Schedule Down

The Marvel Cinematic Universe Needs to Slow Its Schedule Down

Image: marvel studios Does it feel like we’re getting too much Marvel? It feels like we’re getting too much Marvel. Just a few days ago, we got the Disney+ release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, with Thor: Love & Thunder finally hitting theaters next weekjust a few days after the penultimate episode … Read more

‘The Quarry’ Blurs the Line Between Video Games and Cinema

'The Quarry' Blurs the Line Between Video Games and Cinema

When the new teaser trailer for Avatar: The Way of Water—the next entry in James Cameron’s CGI-heavy film franchise—came out, many viewers opined that the footage resembles a video game. As praise gold pejorative, that comparison is a touch hyperbolic. Yet it signals, too, the perceived overlap between the video game and film industries, which … Read more