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Review: Captain America: Civil War

21st April 2016 | Films

Review: Captain America: Civil War

Anticipated to be one of this year’s biggest releases, Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War doesn’t hold the punches. This is a high intensity, high impact film which, in all honesty, isn’t really a Captain America film at all.

By this point, all of the hype around Super Hero films is starting to die down. Following the flop that was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (opening weekend was successful but then bad reviews deterred fans away), Marvel really needed to bring their game faces to this one and, to their credit; they’ve done an outstanding job. Even as someone who isn’t the world’s biggest Super Hero fan, it kept me awake for the nearly two and a half hour duration.

The storyline is more complex than most of Marvel’s output. After getting involved in yet another international scandal, the Avengers (led by Steve Rogers / Captain America) are at the end of a political battle prompting politicians to form a system of accountability, to keep the Avengers in ‘check’.

The Avengers find themselves split in half – one half (led by Captain America) are against signing the bill which will mean that they will require international governmental approval before fighting crime; the other half (led by Tony Stark / Iron Man) are for signing the bill, knowing that the Avengers have become too dangerous for their own good.


Seemingly linking with Captain America’s last foray in “Winter Soldier”, it is the Winter Soldier himself (Bucky Barnes) who perhaps causes the most fractions within the group, after a clip reveals that he has some bad past with Tony Stark’s family. This leads to what may be one of the most intimate fights in Marvel History – only topped by another one in this film which…

Interview with the Cast of The Huntsman: Winter's War

16th April 2016 | Films

Interview with the Cast of The Huntsman: Winter's War

The Huntsman: Winter’s War is the brand new film directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan.

Long before the evil Queen Ravenna (played by Charlie Theron) was thought vanquished by Snow White, she watched silently as her sister, Freya (played by Emily Blunt), suffered a heartbreaking betrayal and fled their kingdom.

With Freya’s ability to freeze any enemy, the young ice queen has spent decades in a remote wintry palace raising a legion of deadly huntsmen—including Eric (played by Chris Hemsworth) and warrior Sara (played by Jessica Chastain)—only to find that her prized two defied her one demand: never fall in love.



James Gilmore interviewed comedians Rob Brydon and Nick Frost (who both play dwarfs in the film) and Alexandra Roach (who plays Doreen) about the film.

James Gilmore interviews the cast of The Huntsman: Winter’s War

James Gilmore interviewed comedians Rob Brydon and Nick Frost (who both play dwarfs in the film) and Alexandra Roach (who plays Doreen) about the film.

 

Interview with the Cast of 10 Cloverfield Lane

26th March 2016 | Films

Interview with the Cast of 10 Cloverfield Lane

As with any JJ Abrams film, 10 Cloverfield Lane has been covered in secrecy.

Starring John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Gallagher Jr – the film, said to be a ‘blood relative’ of 2008 release ‘Cloverfield’ – has been long anticipated.

After getting in a car accident, a woman is held in a shelter with two men, who claim the outside world is affected by a widespread chemical attack.

However, some truths are better unknown.


James Gilmore interviewed cast members John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Gallagher Jr about their roles in the film, what it was like working with JJ Abrams and their thoughts on the original Cloverfield.

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James Gilmore interviews the Cast of 10 Cloverfield Lane

James Gilmore interviews John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Gallagher Jr about their roles in 10 Cloverfield, what it was like working with JJ Abrams and their thoughts on the original Cloverfield.