In 2015 the ten highest grossing films comprised of eight sequels, four being adaptions from comics, novels and a TV series. More than a couple of the highest grossing films ever made I wouldn't even consider adequate, yet they still perform exceedingly at the box office, but still I question why.
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Physicists are urging schools to use the movie Interstellar to teach students the science underlying general relative theory
It must be frustrating having paid the best part of $150 billion to build a constantly-inhabited platform 300 miles above
If you haven't seen "Interstellar" by now then you'll almost certainly have seen a picture of Gargantua, the enormous black
Religious texts are absolutely wide-open to interpretation, and for books that claim to contain the word of god, that is a potentially dangerous situation.
This menacing looking craft is the Intermediate Experimental Vehicle, it's an unmanned test craft that'll lay the foundations
Christopher Nolan is famous for creating films with technology at their core, so it might come as a surprise to learn that
It is often said that there's never a bad year for cinema and 2014 emphatically proved that. In a year when cinema admissions were down on the highs of the last few years and no single film crossed the £40m mark for the first time since 2003, it would be easy to be pessimistic about the current state of cinema.