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Movie Buffs

Movies Buffs exist in a culture all on their own, and that's why we've dedicated this part of Cinelinx entirely to them.  Here we'll be gathering unique and interesting stories dealing with movie buff culture direct to the people who care about it the most. 

Is Deckard a Replicant or Not?

Does Blade Runner: 2049 answer the question about Rick Deckard’s identity once and for all, or is the answer now even more murky than before?  

Blade Runner Has Gotten Better With Age

Blade Runner has aged like a fine wine, which is a rarity amongst effects-driven science fiction films. This is a look at several of the reasons why it has seemingly gotten better with age instead of worse.

NYCC 2017 Coverage HUB

New York Comic-Con is about to kick off and Cinelinx will be covering all the latest news and information with a plethora of insights from the show floor.  Here in our HUB, you can get yourself oriented and catch up on everything you need from NYCC 2017.

Weird Movie Tie-In Toys

Join us as we take a look at some of the most head-scratching (and disturbing) movie-based toys to reach the market, and marvel at how they ever became approved.  

Directors' Trademarks: Darren Aronofsky

Directors’ trademarks is a series of articles that examines the “signatures” that filmmakers leave behind in their work. In this installment, with the release of Mother!, we’re looking at the trademark style and calling signs of Darren Aronofsky as director.

Rube Goldberg Machines in Movies

Rube Goldberg machines are deliberately complex contraptions that use simple motion to carry out larger tasks. This is a look at some of the most impressive Rube Goldberg machines in film.

20 Most Iconic Toys in Film

Toys can often play an important role in a film, sometimes becoming the star. This is our list of the 20 most famous toys in film.  

Minority Retort: Garden State was Great!

Welcome back to another installment of Minority Retort, sure we've only had one so far and it's been nearly a year but what can I say? Most of 2017 is correct with their entertainment-related opinions. YES, Wonder Woman is great. YES, Riverdale is a cheesy but addictive and perfect teen drama. But what is wrong? What are you all wrong about?

 

Well, we have to go back, back to the year 2004 when the Governator ruled California, people were quoting Napoleon Dynamite nonstop, and Facebook was born. 2004 was also the year that a little indie gem called Garden State was released. Garden State was Zach Braff's directorial and writing debut – aside from directing several “Scrubs” episodes. It was praised by critics but, unfortunately, man people I know and many mainstream movie watchers cannot stand it. Is it Zach Braff's attitude? Is it the melodic indie soundtrack? Well, they are all wrong because this movie rules. 

When Authors Write Movies

A look at 5 movies that you might not have known were written by famous authors. Sometimes they worked out, sometimes they did not.

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