Critics Choice at Beau Cinema: Silence

As pointed out by Wynter Tyson (one of the curators of the #CriticsChoice series at Beau Cinema) during his introduction to this screening of Martin Scorsese's Silence, the revered director has, throughout his career, often explored elements of faith in his work. From the more obvious in the The Last a Temptation Of Christ to references... Continue Reading →

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

With the contractual obligation, basic, but enjoyable, Spider-Man reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man a couple of years ago, things seemed to be heading in a reasonable direction for the web slinger. Certainly that film had its flaws but its focus on the relationship between Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), along with some... Continue Reading →

The Amazing Spider-Man

With a reboot a mere five years after Spider-Man 3, Marvel and Sony prove that Spidey needed rebooting and something new could be added to the mythos. Before I headed into the cinema tonight I will freely admit that I wasn’t sure that Spider-Man really needed rebooting yet, after all it was only 5 years... Continue Reading →

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