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‘The Dark Knight’ Trilogy Villains – A Guide (Part 3)

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Having already covered a detailed look at Nolan’s interpretations of the villains in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight it’s time to turn our gaze onto the concluding chapter of the trilogy: The… Continue reading

‘The Dark Knight Trilogy’ Villains: A Guide (Part 2)

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In the previous entry of this limited series we analysed the comic and Nolan movie versions of Ra’s al Ghul, Carmine Falcone, Victor Zsasz and The Scarecrow. Now, with logic as our guide,… Continue reading

‘The Dark Knight Trilogy’ Villains: A Guide – Part 1

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So you’ve seen Christopher Nolan’s three epic Batman movies and you’re thinking: that was awesome. But who were all those bad guys? Sure I know who The Joker and Catwoman are, but Scarecrow,… Continue reading

50 Years of Bond: ‘Live and Let Die’ Review

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Director: Guy Hamilton Cast: Roger Moore, Jane Seymor, Yaphet Kotto, David Hedison, Clifton James, Bernard Lee, Gloria Hendry Plot: When Bond investigates the deaths of three agents in America, along with the CIA,… Continue reading

‘The True Adventures of the World’s Greatest Stuntman’ Book Review

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Author: Vic Armstrong with Robert Sellers Publisher: Titan Books Many years ago, during the Brosnon era of Bond films, some friends and I were enjoying the latest adventures of the world’s most famous… Continue reading

The Perfect Director for a ‘Justice League’ Movie

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Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Justice League. They are DC Comics answer to ‘The Avengers’. Sure, the Justice League may have been formed three years before the Avengers, and a stronger publication history… Continue reading

Davindragul’s Semi-Regular Media Log 9000

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I’ll run you through the title first, as I can see how it could be confusing. The start is easy enough to understand, as it signifies who is writing this, so you don’t… Continue reading

DC VS. Marvel: Catwoman vs. Black Cat

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For as long as there have been comic books, there has been the feud between DC and Marvel. Both are heavy-hitting comic companies that continue to gain legions of fans every year. The… Continue reading

‘Spider-Man’ (2002) vs ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ (2012)

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Let’s not kid ourselves here – the end result is going to be The Amazing Spider-Man is the better film. We’ve already had two of our reviewers say as much. However a shift… Continue reading

Ten Actors We Don’t Need Anymore

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Without wanting to sound mean, there’s some actors working in the business that we just don’t need anymore. This isn’t just about being in bad films – Nic Cage has done some real… Continue reading