Movies that seem cheesy in the States – where audiences hate arthouse films but demand novelty in the mainstream arena – often haven’t passed their sell-by date abroad
It was a year of final franchise instalments and fresh-faced startups, with Bond’s return giving a boost to British film. But were reports of a global power shift premature?
Harry Potter kicked off a new era of film in which long-term story arcs hold the key to retaining a global audience. Perhaps this isn’t wholly a bad thing
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