Article by Damon Young, University of Melbourne “Do you trust me?” An earnest question. “I do.” An earnest answer. And then that ancient, global gesture of earnest intimacy: a handshake. For many, this is the moment from the Avengers: Endgame movie: Captain America and Iron Man putting aside their conflict for the common good.
Article by Amie O’Shea, Deakin University Review: Thomas Banks’ Quest for Love, directed by Pip Kelly In Thomas Banks’ Quest for Love, Banks — a writer and comedian with cerebral palsy — addresses the additional taboos experienced by people with disabilities with diverse sexual identities. The son of sheep farmers in
Article by Annika Hagley, Roger Williams University and Michael Harrison, San Diego Mesa College The release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 came in the middle of a slate of superheroic movies including Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: Winter Soldier, and the second in a series of X-Men prequels. Expectations for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 were
Article by Christian-Georges Schwentzel, Université de Lorraine When the film Wonder Woman is released in early June, it will surely join the blockbuster ranks of other recent comic book-inspired film franchises, including Batman, Superman, Spiderman, and X-Men. But that’s not just because it features a sword-wielding Gal Gadot in knee-high
April 29th, May 1st and May 2nd, Bowie’s Bulge (and also the film The Labyrinth) will return to the big screen for a nationwide event. The event will include exclusive introductions by Brian Henson and Jennifer Connelly. In addition, audiences will enjoy a special theatrical screening excerpt from the award-winning
From director Craig Johnston (The Skeleton Twins) andproduced by Ben Stiller, Alex Strangelove is the tale of how a high school senior (Daniel Doheny) plans on losing his virginity to his girlfriend (Beach Rats’ Madeline Weinstein). Things get complicated when he meets “a handsome and charming gay kid from the other side