5 Film Franchises We Would Like To See Revisited in 2016

2015 is proving to be a good year for revisiting our favourite film franchises, what with Jurassic World, Terminator Genisys, and even Star Wars: Episode VII which comes out in December. As well as big blockbusters we’ve also had Pitch Perfect 2 and Minions to enjoy this year and there’s even a second instalment of Ted. With so many great franchises getting the sequel treatment … Continue reading 5 Film Franchises We Would Like To See Revisited in 2016

Why Don’t More People Know About Donnie Yen? Planet Ivy Article

Here’s the article I’m most proud of, about Donnie Yen and why foreign films and film stars don’t get much recognition over here until their films are remade, or until stars (like Jackie Chan) star in a few awful Hollywood (ie English language) films first. Why Don’t More People Know about Donnie Yen? Continue reading Why Don’t More People Know About Donnie Yen? Planet Ivy Article

Bachelorette: Jumping on the Bridesmaids Bandwagon (Planet Ivy Article)

I’ve been writing for Planet Ivy for a little while now, and this is the article I’m most proud of so far, so I thought I’d share it with you guys! Well, that’s actually a lie, the article I’m most proud of is scheduled for posting tomorrow at 1, so I will share that tomorrow when it’s up. For now though, here’s my article on … Continue reading Bachelorette: Jumping on the Bridesmaids Bandwagon (Planet Ivy Article)

Hollywood Vs World Cinema: Remakes

Remaking successful foreign films has become the norm in Hollywood, with classics such as Oldboy seeing the remake treatment in the not too distant future. So many successful world films go unnoticed until they are remade, and some audience members watch the remake without even knowing it had a foreign counterpart. It goes without saying that the originals are usually the best, and it’s such … Continue reading Hollywood Vs World Cinema: Remakes

“Most Films Now are Stupid” – My rant about Hollywood money making, and lazy film goers

I get a bit tired of people whining about films like Twilight, or long running franchises that don’t seem to end but continue to get worse. If I had a pound for the amount of times I’ve answered the question ‘Why do they keep making the same old things? Why not come up with something new?” with a simple ‘because it makes money’ I would … Continue reading “Most Films Now are Stupid” – My rant about Hollywood money making, and lazy film goers