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The Interview (2014): Worth the hype?

Directed by Seth Green and Evan Goldberg, The Interview¬†(2014) is not without its share of controversy. But luckily, its content and laughs are solid enough to back up the hype. A synopsis: Dave Skylark (James Franco) and producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) run the celebrity tabloid show “Skylark Tonight.” When they land an interview with […]

Palo Alto (2013): “I wish I didn’t care about anything.”

Ah, the follies of youth – remember the kinds of high school parties where you think you’re super cool until you light the wrong end of a cigarette in front of a group of people? Good times. Palo Alto (2013) is directed by Gia Coppola (Francis Ford Coppola’s granddaughter, and Sofia Coppola’s niece), and is […]

Cinematic Corner’s Spin-off Blogathon!

Sometimes in life, when watching or reflecting on a beloved film, there are characters that you feel might deserve a bit more attention. Sometimes you think about the character for a while after finishing the film, wanting to see more of them. Unfortunately in many cases you don’t get to see more of your favourite […]

Spring Breakers (2012): “Act like you’re in a movie or something.”

Spriiiing Breeeaaakkkk fo’ everrrrrr. Spring Breakers (2012) is one of those films that pans out pretty differently to how you anticipate it, whilst simultaneously being a pretty standard ‘alternative crime’ thriller. Four college girls (Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, and Rachel Korine) really want to go to spring break in Florida, but being students, […]