Inception

Anyone else struggling to hear dialogue in the movies?

Simon Brew Feature Nov 11, 2014

Are you struggling to make out the dialogue in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar? And why is the inaudible dialogue problem not going away?

How Interstellar completes Nolan's personal film trilogy

Ryan Lambie Feature Nov 5, 2014

Between Dark Knight films, Christopher Nolan made The Prestige and Inception. Here's how Interstellar completes another personal trilogy...

Interstellar running time revealed. Bring cushions.

Simon Brew News Oct 27, 2014

As Christopher Nolan's Interstellar premieres in Hollywood, the final running time and rating for the film is confirmed...

Edge Of Tomorrow and the future of stand-alone sci-fi

Ryan Lambie Feature Jun 12, 2014

Despite great reviews, Edge Of Tomorrow has struggled. What does that mean for the future of stand-alone sci-fi films, we wonder...

Interstellar: a new direction for Christopher Nolan?

Ryan Lambie Feature May 20, 2014

We take a closer look at the trailer for Interstellar, and wonder whether it might mark a stylistic shift for director Christopher Nolan...

Interstellar: the first full trailer arrives

Ryan Lambie Trailer May 16, 2014

Matthew McConaughey leads an all-star cast in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar. Here's the first full trailer...

A celebration of rotating movie sets

Ryan Lambie Feature Jan 9, 2013

From Fred Astaire dance sequences to gravity-defying hotel corridor fights, we salute the technically mind-boggling rotating movie set...

The 10 biggest problems with modern day cinema

Simon Brew Odd List Aug 10, 2011

Jittery camera work. Inaudible dialogue. Spoiler-filled trailers. Here are our top 10 biggest complaints about cinema in the present day...

The genres Hollywood left behind

Zoe Bond News Aug 4, 2011

Many genres that Hollywood used to rely on for lots of hits have long since fallen by the wayside. Zoe finds out what happened to them…

Has Hollywood lost the ability to end a blockbuster movie?

Simon Brew News Aug 3, 2011

Hollywood blockbusters are getting better at delivering strong build up. But are they getting worse at giving us the pay off at the end?

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