For the last ever post on MostlyFilm, we’ve assembled as many current and former contributors as possible to show you their favourite endings from the movies. Technically, there may be spoilers. So, that’s it from us. Thanks to all of you out there for reading over the last seven years! It’s been a pleasure and … Continue reading Famous Last Words
With Hayao Miyazaki emerging from retirement to make one more film, maybe it’s time for James Moar to take a look back towards the origins of Studio Ghibli.
My movie is out already but I was in the neighbourhood ok! They seek them here. They seek them there. They seek those superhero’s everywhere! Actually there’s isn’t much seeking required because your TV, streaming channel and cinema are set to be positively chock-full of heroic comic adapted action over the next 12 months. And … Continue reading Comic Con’s super trailers
MostlyFilm’s James Moar is adamantium that nonagenarian mutants must be embraced
Today’s reviews – the Hungarian holocaust drama Son of Saul, US indie drama James White and Studio Ghibli’s final film When Marnie was There.
James Moar on a show about a scientific genius, his plucky grandson, and their horrible, horrible adventures (now on your British space telly).
The latest in the occasional series in which Matthew Turner traces the journeys of Marvel superheroes from four-colour panel to shiny DCP. Spoilers for Ant-Man, after the jump, obvs. Come back after you’ve seen the film.
James Moar walks down Marvel’s mean-streets with Daredevil.
James Moar reads far too many comic books.
Once again, Matthew Turner takes a detailed look at the work put in to translating comic books into comic book movies. Today’s subject is X-Men: Days of Future Past. Warning: This post contains spoilers for X-Men: Days of Future Past and is intended to be read after you have seen the film.