Godzilla- The Review

Slow pacing and subtlety aren't normally associated with huge-budget, seat shaking giant monster films, but Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla brings a new age of monster movies crashing into our cinemas. Godzilla is a loud, brash and yet smart movie that stays true to the roots of Ishirō Honda’s 1954 original, while also delivering enough thrills and … Continue reading Godzilla- The Review

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What Studio Ghibli Means To Me: A Tribute To Hayao Miyazaki

Very soon, The Wind Rises will be released, marking both Studio Ghibli's 18th feature film and the inevitable end to Hayao Miyazaki's career. The co-founder of animation company Studio Ghibli has become an icon in the word of modern animation, influencing and shaping the industry with a remarkable career spanning six decades, and his 11th film as … Continue reading What Studio Ghibli Means To Me: A Tribute To Hayao Miyazaki