"Bohemian Rhapsody": the birth and fall of a legend
I can't assess the impact of Queen on the world — I was born after Freddie mercury died, and I didn't see Live Aid or the Barcelona Olympics or anything…

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"Draft": in this world, the book was spoiled
What book adaptations can be called successful? The first head of the average citizen is likely to be "Lord of the rings" "Hobbit" and "Harry Potter", more sophisticated remember, for…

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Five must-see movies about music
If you want to really feel the life of your favorite artist or band, you should pay attention to the genre of documentary films about music. Agree, nothing captures as…

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History of self-censorship in Hollywood (part 1)

Censorship is a familiar word for everyone who grew up in the former Soviet republics. It is feared, it is hated, it is reproached, but one of the most terrible of its options is considered self-censorship: when someone seeks to lay straw to fall was soft, or simply eliminates the fall, cutting out a piece of content, sending it for revision or completely letting it on the territory of Russia and neighboring countries, fearing the wrath of the government. However, not only our States suffer from such arbitrariness and such fear. A piece from our colleagues at Vox tells the story of self-censorship in Hollywood — and we’ve translated it for you. Continue reading

"Men in black: international": spin-off without a spark
The first "Men in black", released in 1997, was very successful. And even in those years, success spawned sequels. The second and third films were not so good, and now,…

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"Deadpool 2": more action, more characters and more drama
Than in its time shot the first "Deadpool"? Graphic cruelty, jokes on the verge of not that decency, but just common sense, an attempt to turn upside down typical for…

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(Not)heroes: the story of a deconstructed superhero image in comic book adaptations
Marvel now many took out. More precisely, not even Marvel itself as such, but the dominance of their film comics. Film adaptations are full of stamps and even self-copying (I…

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"Ralph vs. the Internet": deep thoughts in a child's wrapper
Animation has long ceased to be a genre for children. Hundreds of threads on forums are devoted to search of various Easter eggs and references to the real world and…

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