From Da 5 Bloods to Queen & Slim and Mangrove, here’s my top films from last year. What were yours? Continue reading My top movies of 2020
American psychologist Paul Ekman pioneered the study of human emotions creating an atlas of thousands of emotions. These can be boiled down into seven: anger, contempt, fear, disgust, happiness, sadness and surprise. For Disney Pixar’s latest film, Inside Out, we start with the basics. A child, Riley, is born. In her head she experiences her first emotion and Joy (Amy Poehler) steps into the void. … Continue reading Inside Out: a sad, sorrowful joy
Upon hearing the news that Disney have recently acquired Lucasfilm I asked myself this question. Good old George, the 68-year-old filmmaker sold Lucasfilm for $4.05bn (£2.5bn), my initial reaction was not exactly excitement, more tentative hope. Lucas is more or less a pensioner and his heart went out of making these films a long time ago. In some ways I’m amazed he managed to get … Continue reading Can Disney save Star Wars?