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We're living in the future. Or at least what was once the future; there was a point even in recent history when the year 2019 seemed far away. Ridley Scott’s science-fiction classic Blade Runner (1982), Katsuhiro Otomo’s animated cyberpunk Akira (1988), and The Spierig Brothers’ vampire horror Daybreakers (2009) all use our present year as the backdrop for their dystopias. Read More

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In Glass, M. Night Shyamalan's latest film, he goes head to head with the idea of "belief". A theme that branches in quite a few directions - the suspension of disbelief, self-doubt, and the smothering of the truth at the hands of naysayers - but at the essence of Shyamalan's answer to Hollywood team-up movies lies muddied waters. Read More
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In Glass, M. Night Shyamalan's latest film, he goes head to head with the idea of "belief". A theme that branches in quite a few directions - the suspension of disbelief, self-doubt, and the smothering of the truth at the hands of naysayers - but at the essence of Shyamalan's answer to Hollywood team-up movies lies muddied waters. Read More
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