Thursday, 22 February 2018 15:05

The Panic in Needle Park Reviewed on ZANI

Before Al Pacino gained worldwide recognition as a talented actor and achieved global fame from his spellbinding appearance as Michael Corleone in The Godfather, he had been a fringe actor. Only appearing in three feature films, and just one of those as a lead, The Panic in Needle Park, it was from this appearance that Francis Ford Coppola knew Al Pacino was perfect for The Godfather.
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Thursday, 22 February 2018 13:00

The Boost 80’s Classic Film Reviewed on ZANI

The Boost opens with the hustle and bustle of Manhattan in the late eighties, contemporary jazz music blends in with the opening credits, creating a mood of affluence and positivity, as it was a period for many of upward mobility, career opportunities and lucrative schemes, some legit and some not.
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The Team that Changed the World," investigates the Globetrotters' impact socially and culturally, as well as their lasting effect on the NBA. Featuring interviews with basketball players, celebrities, politicians, and more, the documentary also shows how the Globetrotters continue to serve as "Ambassadors of Goodwill" and touch audiences around the world today.

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Marvel’s The Punisher is a bloody brilliant epic, tense 13-episode crime drama, which takes a real look at the consequences long-term violence has on the human psyche, as well as the meaning of War and how soldiers are treated after they have served their country.
Published in Film
Tuesday, 15 August 2017 18:19

Batman & Bill: Reviewed


Who really created Batman? Was Bob Kane solely able to produce and write stories of the Dark Knight from 1939 – 1967.
Published in Culture
Thursday, 06 July 2017 16:30

Spider-Man: Homecoming Reviewed

The 16th Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Spider-man: Homecoming is an absolute delight and ticks all the boxes for lifelong Spider-man fans of both the films and comics.
Published in Film
Wednesday, 31 August 2016 16:53

Miles Ahead – Reviewed

Miles Ahead is a fictional account set in 1979 of a caper between Miles Davis, the Howard Hughes of Jazz and a Rolling Stone Journalist,
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When Charlie Ahearn, along with co creator Fab 5 Freddy, in the early 80’s started work on writing,
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The Day John Lennon Died (documentary 2010) is a look at Lennon and his death through archival footage and interviews.
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With new mayor DeBlasio in and stop and frisk under review, is New York's crime poised to rise again? The South Bronx burned, Harlem overdosed, and Brooklyn was ruled by the knives and bicycle chains of feral gangs. Then it got worse. The Mafia poured tons of China White onto the street and 13 year old warlords peddled vials of cocaine to passing cars.
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