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‘The Kid Who Would Be King’ is a Charming Arthurian Legend Perfect For All Ages – Review

Joe Cornish is back behind the camera and he has brought us another delightful action-adventure, complete with a new crop of young U.K. talent. The Kid Who Would Be King is a modern telling of the Arthurian legend, which follows a 12-year-old boy who finds the legendary Excalibur. Suddenly, he is thrust into an epic battle between good and evil. […]

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Most Anticipated Horror Movies of 2019

There is never a shortage of horror films – there are some that are bad, but there is always a fair amount of ones that are good. Each year, films in this genre shock and provoke us with incredible social commentary, dark family dramas, the occasional good ol’ creepy creatures, and genuine scares. This genre shows us the great imaginative […]

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Five Steps The ‘Transformers’ Franchise Can Take After ‘Bumblebee’

Who would have thought that it would have only taken Paramount Pictures 11 years to produce a critically acclaimed Transformers movie? Even though it’s box office numbers are lesser than previous installments, Bumblebee boasts the highest critical praise in the entire six-movie franchise. The prequel directed by Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings) is even being labelled as the […]

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Best Women Led Movies of 2018

2018 has been a great year for women in many aspects of life. Women have excelled in many previously male-dominated fields this year: politics, writing, art, science, and film.  In an effort to shed a spotlight on these successes, we have put together a list of films that have some of the best leading women of the year. We wanted […]

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GoC’s Top 10 Movies of 2018

2018 has finally come to a close and it has been an incredible year… sorta. As we enter 2019 it is time to look back at our favorite movies of 2018. We thought it best to compile a list with our top ten movies from this year. Of course, narrowing it down to just 10 is easier said than done […]

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What We Learned From the ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Press Conference

A few weeks ago, Geeks of Color had the opprotunity to attend the Mary Poppins Returns press conference with some of the talented cast and crew in attendance. Some of the stars who partook in the press conference were: ·         Emily Blunt (“Mary Poppins”) ·         Lin-Manuel Miranda (“Jack”) ·         Ben Whishaw (“Michael Banks”) ·         Emily Mortimer (“Jane Banks”) ·       Rob Marshall (Director) ·         Marc Shaiman (Music by) ·         Scott Wittman (Music by) Things kicked […]

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‘Mortal Engines’ is Ambitious With Terrific Visuals, But the Lacklustre Narrative Causes it to Fall Short – Review

Based on the novel of the same name written by Philip Reeve, Mortal Engines is a post-apocalyptic fantasy where the “Sixty Minute War” in the 21st century has ravaged the planet. Hundreds of years later, the remainder of humanity has to rely on living on machines that are essentially moving metropolitan cities, mining towns, or a plethora of other moving […]

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Interview: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ Star Rosa Salazar Talks Performance Capture, Diverse Casting, and More

James Cameron (Avatar) and Robert Rodriguez (Sin City) teamed up to bring us the live-action adaptation of Battle Angel Alita, which has been dubbed Alita: Battle Angel. The popular cyberpunk manga series was introduced in 1990 by Yukito Kishiro, and it’s now getting the Hollywood treatment, courtesy of 20th Century Fox. Alita: Battle Angel is an epic adventure of hope and […]

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‘Aquaman’ is an Action-Packed Underwater Adventure for the Entire Family – Review

2018 has been an exceptional year for superhero movies. From Black Panther, Deadpool 2 and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, we have seen comic book movies across the spectrum explore different sub-genres within their films. Aquaman is no exception. Before I really start my review, I will say I had a blast with this movie. It surpassed all my expectations and I can’t wait […]

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‘Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle’ is a Bold and Visually Stunning Interpretation of a Classic – Review

When Hollywood could not receive any more criticism on the saturation of remakes and reboots, comes a rare silver lining: Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle. The Andy Serkis directed film could not come at a better time, proving that not all re-imaginings of past content are uninspired cash grabs. The long road to Serkis’ cinematic vision for Rudyard Kipling’s classic Jungle […]

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‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’ is a Great Depiction of the Highs and Lows of Internet Culture – Review

It’s been six years since we last saw Ralph and Vanellope, and 15 years since there’s been an animated sequel for a Disney animation. Seeing that it is rare for Disney to give their animated movies a sequel, Ralph Breaks the Internet goes to show that they really believed in this film and I’ve got to say,  they certainly made […]

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8 Things We Learned From the ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Press Conference

A few weeks ago we attended the Ralph Breaks the Internet Press Conference at the Beverly Hotel in Los Angeles, California. The press conference was moderated by actress and host, Dani Fernandez, who also has a role as herself in the film. In attendance were: John C. Reilly (Ralph) Sarah Silverman (Vanellope) Taraji P. Henson (Yesss) Jack McBrayer (Felix) Director […]