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The awards season has come and gone, delivering some great surprises and hideous snubs alike, but the film industry never slumbers. Luckily, helping us make sense of it all are a trusty troop of film podcasts – here are some of our favorites!
It’s hard to believe that this weekend will already be in February, right? Time seems to be flying by and it’s all we can do to enjoy ourselves as much as we can. And speaking about time, this weekend brings plenty of opportunities to time travel – from the 1970s to the ‘80s and ‘00s, and even to a parallel universe with cat statues coming to life… Intrigued?
The holidays are perfect not only for partying and sleeping, but also for doing what you’ve always been putting off. Tired of socializing and stuffing yourself? Spend some time with an enlightening film or a great book. We’ve prepared a list of some of the books and movies you should check out this holiday season.
Well the weather outside is frightful – so why don’t you seek solace in a cozy cinema theater, or, blessed be the streaming services, your home instead? Here’s our specially curated selection of the latest, or up-and-coming, movie and TV releases to help you decide what to watch this holiday season. (PS: and here is our last year’s Christmassy films best-of should you feel you wanna get the festive movie party going!)
Movie Fridays is officially one year old, and we are celebrating by going back to the series’ roots: summer film recommendations. Dramatic and melancholic, flamboyant, buoyant and adventurous, you won’t go wrong with one or all of these for a great cinematic binge!
The coolest physicist of all time has come out with a new documentary series that travels through space and time to tell the mystifying story of the Solar System. Our verdict? Mind-blowing, mind-boggling and breath-taking, with a side of first-class entertainment
The eponymous heroine is back in a dazzling second run of BBC Three’s tragicomedy Fleabag. With her ever-uptight sister tentatively at her side, creepy godmother at the opposite, and one very mysterious padre loitering on the horizon, will this be a happy adventure?
Among all the time-devouring black holes the internet has to offer, Saturday Night Live is unquestionably one of the worst, and by that we mean the best. Got bills to pay? A social gathering you’d rather not make it to? Strap in, because your usual excuse of having “that thing, what thing?, that thing thing, gotta run byeee” just took on a whole new meaning. SNL: having procrastinators’ backs since 1975. And given that Movie Fridays strives to fulfill the same noble purpose, here are some of our most favorite (among the more recent) SNL skits. More recent, because there’s no way you can play favorites when talking about the Kristen Wiig (and Bill Hader, and Andy Samberg) era, although the current cast also is the bee’s knees.
Avengers: Endgame is smashing box office records and currently sits behind Avatar as the second highest grossing film worldwide. However, the flick didn’t just raise a lot of money, but also sparkled extensive discussions, especially regarding its time travel aspect. In this article, ITMO.NEWS examines some of the most renowned cinematic presentations of time travel and scientific theories behind them.
May the Fourth be with you! As we gear up to see the final installment of the Skywalker saga (who else’s dead inside thinking about it?) in cinemas this December, some choose to rewatch all of its eight predecessors to tie them over. And what this means is yet again falling in love with the timeless magic of The Empire Strikes Back, cringing over Attack of the Clones, and puzzling over the controversial phenomenon that is The Last Jedi. Tell you what, let’s do the latter thing together, in a new chapter of our The Guardian’s pass notes wannabe series Movie Chitter-Chatter.