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review 2018-02-15 15:35
The most anticipated movies of 2018. Top 10.

As you already understood from the title, in this post we will try to understand and find out which movies are the most expected by audience all over the world. 2018 will be highly appreciated by comics and graphic novels fans. In this year, we all look forward to the appearance of certain films on the screen, and there are many reasons for this: someone expects to see the adaptation of their favorite book or game, and someone just wants to see movies with their own favorite actors.

 

There will be a huge number of film premieres in 2018, some of them will frankly disappoint, but others, on the contrary, will bring a lot of positive emotions and powerfull feelings. They will be able to surprise or even inspire you. It is about these films that will be showed in this infographics.

 

Roulettessgames team tried to gather all the best and highly expected films of 2018 in the order of their release on the screens of cinemas. By the way, it also happens that some film companies, for a number of reasons, transfer the premiere of the film to a later date, and sometimes even the following year.

 

Source: roulettessgames.com
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review 2018-02-07 23:24
Cinemaps: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies - Andrew DeGraff,Fredric Jameson


I received this book for free from the publisher (Quirk Books) in exchange for an honest review.

 

I really liked this book. The idea behind it is so fun! The book consists of maps from 35 different movie worlds. Some of the movies featured include, Jaws, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park, Clueless, and Guardians of the Galaxy. The maps are also not your typical flat ones. They are more three dimensional and are reminiscent of bus/subway maps because of the characters’ paths that run throughout them.

 

Artistically, each map is stunning, You can tell so much work was put into each one. There is so much detail in each map. It’s really amazing.

 

The essays that accompanied each map were incredibly insightful in its analysis. The essays don’t necessarily correlate to the map; they just talk about the film in general. I also really liked the writing style of the essays. They were easy to read, concise, and flowed nicely.

 

My one issue with this book is the size of the maps. Even though they take up a whole page, the maps are still too small to fully appreciate. Some parts are made bigger which helps, but it’s still not enough to gain the entire experience. You would need a magnifying glass to see all the little details. In person, the maps would be glorious, but in the book they fall a bit flat.

 

Together, the essays and the maps create a beautiful coffee table book that will make you want to re-watch the movies featured.

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text 2018-02-06 23:42
Reading progress update: I've read 95 out of 160 pages.
Cinemaps: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies - Andrew DeGraff,Fredric Jameson
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text 2018-01-17 11:00
Facts About Me: Top 10 Films of All Time

Okay, I'm not going to explain myself because there are a million reasons I love each of them. And if you've never seen them, go watch them! (In no particular order...)

 

Willow

Labyrinth

The Princess Bride

John Wick

My Cousin Vinny

Big Trouble in Little China

Streets of Fire

Dangerous Minds

Stick It

Stargate

 

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review 2018-01-15 05:21
Low Point
Steed and Mrs. Peel: The Golden Game - Ian Gibson,Anne Caulfield,Grant Morrison

Wasn't a fan of the art in this volume. It made some of the panels hard to follow, and the bad guys seemed comically cartoonish. 

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