As television, streaming or otherwise, has increasingly become where we turn for quirky or unusual viewing movies have become more predictable.
For a long, long time, television was a clear step below the movies.
The future doesn’t arrive all at once, like someone just flicked a switch.
Most artists rarely find new subjects; the best ones manage to find new ways to look at them.
The strange thing about the way the Terminator franchise has developed over the years is all the possible directions it didn’t take.
Pretty much all the talk about any movie before its released is advertising for that movie, which has got to be good news for Warner Brothers because people have been talking about Joker for months.
But when it comes to tinkering with a finished film you can’t go past Michael Mann; the director of classics like Heat and Collateral is constantly returning to previously finished films to give them one last going over.
How do you solve a problem like Tarantino?
Is Jason Statham the greatest actor of the 21st century?
One of the stranger shows on our screens at the moment is Taboo (Ten, Thursday’s, around 8.30-ish depending on when Masterchef ends).
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