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In Appreciation Of: Brooklyn

Literature and films on love are often based on a couple's relationship, but seldom do they cover the different types of...

In Appreciation Of: Marty (1955)

Whether you are spending Valentine's Day alone or with a partner. Marty (1955) is an under the radar film worth seeking out

In Appreciation Of: The Before Trilogy

Capturing love at all stages, Richard Linklater's Before Trilogy may be the most encompassing depiction of love ever put to film

In Appreciation Of: Schindler’s List At 25

Revisiting Spielberg's harrowing Holocaust drama on its 25th Anniversary

In Appreciation Of: Let The Right One In / Let Me In

Let The Right One In and its American remake Let Me In bring a different kind of vampire to the screen.

In Appreciation Of: The Mask Of Zorro

In the years since its release The Mask of Zorro seems to have been overlooked in assessments of great summer movies; yet in revisiting it, this movie is a modern classic and a fine example of good escapist cinema

About Nothing, Yet Everything – Seinfeld At 20

Television sitcoms come and go but it is surprisingly the show about nothing that has held one of the most enduring legacies in pop culture over twenty years since it aired its finale.

In Appreciation Of: Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle

On a quest to satisfy a serious case of the munchies, Harold & Kumar became the unlikeliest duo to transcend the stoner comedy genre

In Appreciation Of: Snow White and 80 years of Animated Magic

A mouse may be its most famous creation, but a princess and her seven protectors began the charge of a pop culture revolution for Disney

In Appreciation Of: Irvin Kershner and Richard Marquand – Architects of the Original Star Wars Trilogy

After George Lucas brought Star Wars to life, two figures helped cement that legacy ensuring that Star Wars wasn't just a one hit wonder

In Appreciation Of: Space Jam (1996)

In Appreciation of Space Jam - one of the strangest yet fascinatingly wonderful films of the late 1990s

In Appreciation Of: F.W. Murnau – A Pioneer Of Horror Cinema

An early pioneer of the genre, F.W Murnau established the early foundation for Horror behind his seminal classic Nosferatu.

In Appreciation Of: Misery (1990)

Behind an all-time great performance from Kathy Bates, Misery delivers on some classic Stephen King thrills

In Appreciation Of: The Shining

One of the marquee Stephen King adaptations, The Shining is a horror classic combining the powers of King and Stanley Kubrick

In Appreciation Of: The Green Mile

The Green Mile is an inspiring, emotional and smart opus and another testament to the storytelling genius that is Stephen King