Tag Archives: Mark Kermode

“The Immortals”

Mark Kermode, in his latest collection of essays on cinema The Good, the Bad & the MultiPlex, talks about the “diminished expectations” of the general film-going public. Thanks to the never-ending parade of empty-headed blockbusters Hollywood dumps on us, we’ve … Continue reading

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Stupid movies for stupid people

Three cheers for Mark Kermode. In a recent article on Britain’s Guardian newspaper site, he writes about the sorry state of contemporary cinema and, I think, lays the blame where it properly belongs:  the average film-goer. The blockbuster mentality didn’t … Continue reading

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