DC seems to have been getting into the swing of things of late. After trying (and failing) to out Marvel the MCU with catastrophic flops like Justice Leagueand Suicide Squad, they decided to switch things up a little and stop taking themselves too seriously.
From then on, we’ve had Aquaman, Shazam!and last year’s fabulous, Oscar-nominated Joker. But let’s rewind just a tad. You see, while Suicide Squad was a hot mess of a film, it had one redeeming feature: Margot Robbie.
Film execs down at DC cottoned on to the fact that Robbie’s Harley Quinn was by far the best part of the movie and decided to give the character her very own picture. How nice. But is the resulting film a corker? Or are we looking at another bargain basement comic-book adaptation? Continue reading →
It’s arrived: 2020 is here and looking at the film releases over the coming 12 months, 2020 is pulling no punches. The year includes long-awaited sequels, superhero films, franchise closers and some cracking historical dramas: it really does have it all.
We’ve whittled the coming releases down to just 10 2020 films that you should put in your diary immediately. Don’t worry, we’ve included the dates as well, and our updated film release calendar will have all the other dates you’ll need for your diary. Shall we begin? These are the movies to look forward to in 2020. Continue reading →
Can you believe it’s that time again? I certainly can’t. Since 2016, the Movie Metropolis Alternative Oscars have been shaking up the traditional awards by including films that the majority of ordinary folks, like you or I, actually watch.
While it’s all well and good to include technical masterpieces, famed for their beautiful shot choices and superb performances, there isn’t really an Oscar for Best Blockbuster. With that in mind, here at Movie Metropolis, we’ve ripped up the rule book and transformed the Academy Awards into this: the Alternative Oscars. Continue reading →