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#91 (Dec/Jan 2018) – Star Wars: The Last Jedi

  "And that's a wrap!" I remember saying that exact line in 2008, when I stepped down from FiRST, the very first movie magazine I started. My then two-year-old baby was bought over by a local publishing giant, and I stayed with it for a furthe

#90 (Sep/Oct 2017) – Blade Runner 2049

  Nostalgia is a double-edged sword. While we are often told not to live in the past… Yes, it’s about time to delete and trash regrets like not managing that nasty break-up better; or not snogging more when we were younger and more das

#89 (Jul/Aug 2017) – Spider-Man: Homecoming

  So, do you think you can only fully appreciate a movie in a cinema? Does a film become less important when it is only being screened on personal devices? Does it become a telemovie or, worse, a mediocre B-rate flick which most direct-to-vid

#87/88 (Jun 2017) – The Mummy Vs Transformers Duo-Cover issue

  What makes you dislike a film? We all know there are a million and one possible answers to that question. Bad acting; Jar Jar Binks; shaky cams; Marthas, shaky cams; screaming kids; shaky cams; or even something as simple as because you

#85/86 (Mar/Apr 2017) – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

  So cinemas have become a treacherous and sinister place for the mind? Yes, inquisitive young minds are easily influenced… But it’s the job of parents/guardians – and not the filmmakers – to educate your young companion. In fact,

#83/84 (Jan/Feb 2017) – 7th Anniversary Issue

  Happy 2017! And Happy 7th Anniversary to us! :) So have you made your new year resolutions yet? Or have you sworn off them after consistently failing to achieve them, year after year? Of course, I’m sure we’re all no saints in that d

#81/82 (Nov/Dec 2016) – Rogue One

  It’s that time of the year again! The time when you can do nothing at work but dream of that long-awaited year-end break. In that dream, those who are travelling would have already posted that passport-with-boarding-pass shot on t

#80 (Oct 2016) Doctor Strange

  Award-winning British actor Benedict Cumberbatch makes his debut in the Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe as Master of the Mystic Arts, Dr. Stephen Strange. It might be his first superhero role but the British actor is no stranger to playin

#79 (Sep 2016) The Magnificent Seven

  Recently, an old Greek saying kept playing in my mind: “The only constant in life is change,” which Brad Pitt’s Tyler Durden also uttered in the iconic Fight Club (1999). Indeed, things are changing inevitably everyday, whether it

#78 (Aug 2016) Star Trek Beyond

  “I don't think I've ever wanted magic more,” J.K. Rowling recently tweeted. While the famous creator of Harry Potter was referring to #Brexit, I’m sure the rest of the world would have wanted a little of that magic too. Don’t

#77 (Jul 2016) Warcraft: The Beginning

  Welcome to our July issue… which is June in your time. What? Get used to it, earthlings, we mighty writers always think we’re ahead of our time anyway, hehe. So, what can you expect at the movies in the month of June? Pretty much eve

#76 (Jun 2016) X-Men: Apocalypse

  Welcome to the 80's, always wanted to say that! X-Men: First Class was set in the 60s, Days of Future Past was set primarily in the 70s and X-Men: Apocalypse is set in the 80s. So, this marks the end, if it's meant to be a trilogy. No? L


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